Just got off yesterday as well - flows above 7000 the whole way. Took us exactly 3 hours to float (no pushing, seriously) from Slickhorn to Clay Hills. The upside is that the trips between camps were very short and we had loads of time to set up shade, organize hikes, and let the kids scramble all over camp. The downsides were (as mentioned before) the debris, i.e. trash, in the river. Tires, bottles, all kinds of crap in the eddies and floating through the camps. Lots of small wood chips on the beaches too. Lots of camps were flooded out too. I don't believe that the flows added much in the way of difficulty, Government was fast but straightforward.