What a question. Basically, I onsight at 6a or 6b. That's trad., of course, so you might say TO6a/b. Now if I've dogged the hell out of something, I can do much better. So you might say I can Pink Point 7a or even 7b on a good day. That would mean I'm a TO6a/bPP7a/b climber. Sport is a different matter entirely. I used to be a decent sport climber (when 7c was still considered decent), but I've only climbed sport two days in the last two years, so whenever I go sport climbing it's basically Off The Couch and I can only get 6b on the first try. I guess that means I'm a TO6a/bPP7a/bSOTC6b climber. Of course, all of this cahnges drastically if it's hot or my feet hurt or I'm climbing on devil rock (quartzite); I won't even begin to go into all that. And yes, I can eyeball any climb on any type of rock and tell you the grade, so I never bite off more than I can chew... No, wait, that's a lie. I'm a pathological optimist, so I leave bail all over the place. But I can tell when I can get to the next gear placement anymore so I haven't "climbed myself into a situation" for several years now. I'm quite proud of that, but I can't see where anyone has put a grade to it yet. What to call it? Maybe: No Fatal Fuck Up scale. On that I'm a damn NFFU 9b climber! So far.