Ok, so nobody from EF came...
. Unless you're a reader, "Adam"?
I did the white route - the "technical single trail" option. And it was horrific - I died a million deaths on the climb up the Wildspitz, and that was before the route got rocky and technical. Some walking was required. I didn't realise I was so unfit - and I thought I was improving too, after my 4 month layoff. I was rubber by the time I got to the cafe at the top.
Then the route down was rooty or "steppy" with hairpins..I was far too rusty and physically tired to undertake these with the conviction required. So more walking required. 2 "jump off" crashes - one on a stepped hairpin (of which there were many), and one on a section that was nearly all tree roots. Mind you, I don't think my setup helped - permanent seat post, XC dual sus (set too hard) - but thats a small consideration compared to my rustiness and fatigue.
A few good smooth sections though where speed could be wound up, but few and far between. I was just too tired by then.
I am inspired though to find more fast flowing routes though.