I've catalogued the bouldering problems I've sent over the last two seasons (getting ready for third season), and I noticed some interesting trends. With the exception of one out-lier, all the problems have less than 8-9 (hand) moves on steep terrain (45 degrees or steeper) with only 1-2 crux moves in succession. The results makes sense as I'm currently following the RCTM bouldering program (Power training focuses on 1-2 hard limit moves), and I was thinking of adding a PE section to address this weakness. I don't want to add this training to my power training session as my fingers are fried from campus and LB training. What would be an optimum period (number of days / weeks) and what would this section look like? I was thinking of reducing my power period training by about a week and adding a truncated 2-2.5 week PE section that follows the generalized program (p.187). Has any boulderers experienced similar results or noted these deficiencies in PE?