Feature #10 is the gift that keeps on giving. The main sloper section offers multiple lip crimps, a straight-on sloper, and an off-angled crimp. This is a great hold to challenge the beginner on vertical to low angled walls, whereas on slightly overhanging, this hold quickly becomes a test piece hold.
The opposite side of this hold offers 3/4" to 1-1/2" deep edges that vary in incut. You get sloping edges to about 20 degrees incut.
You can also use this hold as a wide pinch. Expect widths in the range of 4" wide; in addition, there is a narrow triangle-shaped pinch on one end and a 3-1/4" pinch on the other.
You can get V1 out of this hold on a vertical wall with many challenging and exciting orientations to make the beginner think. On a 25-degree overhanging wall, the easiest you can expect is V3, though you can get a lot more challenging when you set dynamic moves to it. Setting with the hold horizontally is the most challenging orientation.