Ran it at 60K back in 96' and here's what I recall: For the most poart it is fast water with powerful eddy lines, lots of rolling waves and laterals on the bends but easily runnable (though a bit scary, given the volume). At Wild Sheep we scouted and did the usual right to left cut, i.e., went in right cutting in close behind the big rock, which was now a big hole, then continued pulling left to get out of the big water lateral and waves on further down. One of our boats did not make the cut and ran the entire wave train without incident but it was BIG. Granite was high-diddle down the middle, big friendly waves. Should be scouted though. Rush Creek was also a contender - - gigantic hole river left, so go right. Can be scouted. Also ran it last year in the low 40's and the runs were similar. Strongly recommend, given the big current, that you run conservative, i.e., "T" up for everything you encounter in the nature of a wave train, and go around if you are not sure. The waves are powerful, meaty, not foamy. There are some sneaky laterals and they will stop and roll you if they are big enough and it is hard to judge sometimes. If commercials are there and running be friendly and they'll show you the lines at Wild Sheep and Granite.