Last Chance is a blast at 9k+ cfs right over the top of the rock. Even if you mess up it's the last rapid in this section.
Just to clarify it. On Skull, you want to approach the rapid on the RIVER RIGHT, pointing your bow (front) towards the river right bank of the river. Once you see the crest of the rapid where the current starts going faster and downhill, that is when you start pulling backwards to get to the left of Skull rapid. Careful not to overshoot, left current will push you back into the Skull.
Once you make the initial 3-4 backwards pulls, just turn the boat down stream and enjoy the view of the Skull hole and the Room of Doom.
People usually bunch up right after the rapid on the river left in the eddie and wait for the group to regroup and/or flip the rafts. Careful of the Rock of Shock, that is the rock wall that splits the left main current and the room of doom. At higher flows I have seen the pillow go up 10-15 feet, a 100% flipper.
On the Sock-It-To-Me (SITM), most people approach from river right, there are a couple of waves you have to break through, the main one is the big hitter from the right side, so brace yourself for the right lateral wave. Once you take that wave, pull very hard away from Magnetic Wall, that is the rock wall at the bottom of SITM that pulls all the boats into it and then flips them. In my opinion, SITM is the biggest rapid at ~5,000 cfs.
Good luck, I am going to be down there on 28th of March and will post a report if there are no latest updates.