Hope your trip went well. Hats off to the Blue Sky West guides; that was fun running into you guys up there. (They know their stuff on that river and gave us great insights)
That year, we ran our creaturecraft rigs through there most often between 3500-7500, one time around 9000 and one other time below the peak at 11,200. Overall, we noticed that:
Great to make a habit to scout Osterizer and Snakepit, for your own comfort. If the water is over 3K, do not run it blind for your own sake, please.
Osterizer gets nasty around 6000+
Snakepit and the next three big holes get big and ugly around 4-5K, stay LEFT. I was really scared at 7K, ran snakepit right and then immediately river left, which worked and bypassed the gnarly ones.
Near the end of cross there is an S-turn with a big hole in the center. (What's that called anyway?) It turns into a recirculating hole near the 5K mark. If I'm not in the mood for that one or too tired by then I stay waaay left agains the wall.
Hope some of our heuristics help. Enjoy.