Luke and I replaced all stuck deviation carabiners, last autumn I think (but time blurs into one mass). All ropes were in good condition.
When arriving at a left/ right junction on the up pitches, make sure to go left facing the anchors. Right leads to death boulders supported by scaff, but the rope you’re climbing is secured to that scaff.
The down pitches were very wet when we did it, so much so that I improvised a deviation with a sling & rock jammed into a crack to avoid the worst of the water. The sewer wasn’t too wet, though.
On reflection the up pitches were pretty wet, too xD but Alastair commented that ppl probably don’t normally do Winnats in conditions like this. He said that just before buggering off & leaving me to the joy of the boulder choked with ca. 100m of ropes in my tackle sack.