I waited to post about the best for last. On Monday of last week, Tim and I climbed Moonlight Buttress (1200 feet, 5.12d) on the Northwest Face of Angel's Landing in Zion. Wes started around 9 am and each climbed the first four pitches (5.8, 5.10. 5.11c, 5.12b) cleanly and all free alternating leads starting with Tim. Each of the next five 5.12 pitches were climbed free but not cleanly redpointed. We topped out sometime after six more worked than either of us have ever been and hiked up to the top of Angel's Landing before going back to the car for a big meal and a lot of water.
Moonlight Buttress takes the center of the prominent buttress in this photo. Pitches 4 through 11 are all on one continuous crack size that does not vary any more than a couple cam sizes the whole time.
Its a bit hard to see but the person below the roof is me at the hanging belay situated at the base of Pitch 7 and Tim just getting to the next ledge at the end of that pitch.