It is super bony, the V+ is now NR, the next V is super bony and there is a dangerous looking sapling laying across/in the creek below one of those must make eddies. then the V- below that looks good to go except for the footbridge mentioned in WSR has collapsed into the creekbed right below..
Then for a little while there isnt anything that looks especially fun and its super, super bony. Then you get to the section that is apparantly rechannelized per the needs of the gravel pit. It looks fun and fast but it isn't at all steep or deep. The whole thing should be about a 25 minute affair including hiking and scouting
Keystone Falls itself does look like quite a blast, it could use at least double the water it had today at 3pm.