With due respect to former ascentionists and guide book writers, this very good climb has a suggested new name of Perses ('son of Perseus'), as it has more than enough independent climbing to warrant it's own identity (and as Perseus now has another, more direct, 'direct'...).
The 1995 guidebook description remains ok. The initial deviation from Perseus is a little bold, friend 2 useful. After leaving the niche sequence of Perseus at mid. height, the climbing is 100% independent, sustained and absorbing. Fiddly gear, take small wires & micros. Tidied up and led Spring 2015.
Ed Grindley 1970