I didn't catch whether you're in a raft or kayak, but never mind...
We ran at these flows last June.
Like everyone says, bigger, but more forgiving, especially in a raft.
In a kayak, there are some absolutely ripping eddy lines, as in mystery moves in a big boat.
Some rapids in the roaring 20's got really punchy. Specter was big. Only place we had a rafter wash out of their boat. Bedrock was easy - tons of room to get right.
Some camps were really small because the water was so high - not a lot of beach showing, but you don't have to worry about tides (Yea!).
We did the night float down to Pearce. I recommend going to Pearce, just not at night. There's strong current with tall caving silt banks all the way down. It's hard to find a place to tie off in the night that's safe from having a 10 foot sand bank land in your boat, and you sure as hell don't want to miss the take out.