All the routes are non-tidal (although I think Stingray and Troy Tempest can be climbed as DWS so may require high tide).
Gates of Eden fits the bill - well protected, but only bottom end VS at the most.
Triton is an excellent VS - slightly bold on the first pitch.
Not climbed them but not aware that Last Exit to Torquay or Readymix are know for being underprotected.
Wot Jay said though I think Last Exit has good gear. It used to rely on a peg but it can be backed up if you have the strength. Gargantua isn't much harder and is really excellent as well but watch out for the sandbaggy start - I'd give it E1 5a, 5a/b, 5a.
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Yeah Meadfoot is terrifying!
Tobacco Road and Triton are both fantastic. Fandangle is a nice outing, the traverse is quite something.
Got a big list of routes to do there now, I think I'll probably only manage two a day!
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