This is an involved and very fun route. Lots of route finding.
My wife and I climbed this beast of a glacier route in late July. Camped above high camp at 7400 to have more time on summit day, which I highly recommend. Stayed mostly to the right at first and gradually got forced out middle and eventually left across the face. Big crevasses threatened to leave no routes. At one point with no snow bridge and no other options, we did a sort of saddle ride across a flake of the glacier wall that ran diagonal between both sides of the crevasse. Gnarly in retrospect, at the time quite freaky. After that smooth sailing. Got sick of the crumbly N ridge and rapped off onto the snowfield but took our chances with rock fall.
climbed with fellow SP'ers Vertigo Soul and lutty11. I echo their comments.
Decided on the route late after much consideration b/c of warm weather. Challenging route - careful route finding. Gorgeous day great views. Descend north clever (screefield nightmare).
Although we were hesitant at first, glad we choose this route over the damn N. Clever (although we did descend that rotten bitch!). PBR's awaited us in the trees....what more can I say. Amazing climb!
Climbed the Adams Glacier a while ago. Not sure of the date.