On 1 Nov last year, Pirmin Bertle made the first ascent of La Cène du Lézard at Jansegg, Switzerland. He calls it his hardest to date and suggests 9b. After the long winter at 1800m elevation was over, he went back and filmed it.
Pirmin says: The line contains the first 8m of Le Roi Lézard (8c+) until a rather bad rest (8b/8b+ up to there). Then turns right into the 8B crux of Des scènes bizarres… (9a+) and finally adds a "new" last 8A+ jump that results from a broken hold. To be finished into some meters of 7b+.
This was Pirmin's second 9b FA after Meiose at Charmay. Meiose was repeated by Adam Ondra in January this year. He did it 3rd go and called it soft 9a+. This sparked some controversy as Pirmin didn't agree much at all. I guess we'll leave it to future repeaters to settle the score.