Jonathan Siegrist is currently in orbit (kind of) around the world (well Asia, really) and has reached Yangshou in China, a place heaps of 4 sided pinnacles like to call home. In short, he dispatched everything in sight, including Lightning, 8b+, Thunder, 8b+, the imaginatively named China climb, 8c, and last but by no means least American/French gangster, 8c+, where he chose to use the Sharma sequence, thereby avoiding the enhanced* three finger pocket. A lot more on his blog.
*When Mike Fuselier was working the route, the hold was a nasty mono with a sharp "spike" inside. After having lost a lot of blood on it, Mike used the drill to remove the spike, so calling it an artificial hold would not be correct.
Source: The Narc
Photo: A pinnacle at Yangshou that many hard routes like to call home, by Jonathan Siegrist.