I've been using a 30m Beal Wall Master for lead climbing on relatively easy routes. I assumed as it was designed for climbing walls that must include lead climbing it would also be suitable for lead climbing outside - if a little heavy. However, just looked at the Beal website and for anything apart from indoor use they give it 0 stars out of 5. Therefore, is it actually safe to use outdoors? Is it dynamic enough / at all?
If it's safe enough to use indoors it's safe enough out. The reason for the low rating I expect is due to the length and the extra weight. Most outdoor ropes are 50m+ and the weight is kept down. That rope is heavier due to extra thick sheath.