The size of this hold is substantial at 19-1/2" long x 9" wide x 6" off the wall. The average width of this pinch is 4". The deeper you try and dig into this hold, the harder it is to engage on. The Golfus divots do come out to the face, so smaller hands can find options. On a vertical wall, this hold will be in the V3 range. On a 45 degree wall, this hold becomes substantially harder as in the V9 range. Just because we are calling this a pinch, does not mean it can't be considered a Ledge. As a Ledge, you can thumb-catch in some places and makes for some creative feeling boulder problems. It's the kind of hold that sets the theme on a boulder problem.