Lodore is an awesome paddle above 4,000cfs, I spent the last few days on a great trip. I would recommend taking a quick look at Triplet and Hell's Half. We skipped scouting Disaster and the line was obvious from my canoe. Several other forums have posts about the lines and they are spot on. Triplet is clear from the top and the line is wide. Avoid the bottom boulders on river right, they are ugly and sievey at lower water. Hells was big but I wouldnt call it a hole, more of jagged crashing wave to go left of.
The most challenging of the entire trip for rafts and the open boat was Split Mtn. We ran it around 22,000 and there are some big swift grabby eddies and some massive boils. I got a big eddy suck and in the wind ended up lining the canoe down stream about 75' (against current) to get out of the eddy. Greasy Pliers and Inglesby both have big jagged wave-holes too. The rest was good to go!