its a fun run. smooth, granite boulders all the way down. i wouldnt suggest taking an oar rig down it, but if youve got able bodied paddlers you should have a great time.
it takes at least 200 to comfotrably float a raft; its still technical with a lot of moves until you get over about 5 or 6 hundred. the first big drop is right off the bat, initiation, although its a fairly easy shot through the middle. trainwreck (a mile or two down) causes a lot of flips with a wrong line, and the tombstone section is somewhat difficult. other than that its pretty straightforward and easy. there shouldnt be any portages unless a fresh tree has fallen, but 3RR and Scenic will make sure its clean if it is.
theres not a great host of on river spots to camp as the run is fairly short and on some private land, but there is no lack of campgrounds in taylor canyon.
i personally like to boat the upper upper taylor from the fishing pull off rapid to cold spring c.g., but i do that in my 9' cataraft, i dont know how a big 14'r would do.
if you have any more questions, talk to parkito, hes the man to know for taylor canyon beta!