In my opinion its one of those runs that regardless of what level, you might as well take the creeker. There really isn't any play on it. There are a couple waves, but they are one hit jobs with no eddy, and the rest of the run is boring. Its worth it for the good rapids in the middle, but definetly far from a play run. Its even too shallow for much flatwater.
That said, the more water there is the more fun it is in my opinion. Highest I ran it at was 700cfs, and I must say I was glad I took the creeker that day (this coming from somone who somtimes takes playboats down Bailey and Gore) as there were some fairly stout holes followed by shallowness that would have screwed with a playboat alot.
But, as I said, its really not worth taking a playboat down. There are two class II/IV rapids on there that are semi challenging, but the rest is just a bunch of broken down dams and fish ladders that don't make anything you'd want to play in for long. I'd much rather just cruise and be comfortable, rather then be cramped in the playboat.
p.s. Chill out dude, just because people don't give instant response doesn't mean it won't come. You gotta realize that people have much more important things to do, like talk about each others dick size and how much rafters suck and stuff.