I ran the same sequence of trails that Paul ran: 4-3-7-6-5-2-1. Everything was easy enough to follow and it's hard to take a wrong turn doing this FKT. I drove around the park beforehand to make sure I was familiar with exactly where the trailheads were though.
Conditions were upper 60s to low 70s. Slightly overcast, but mostly sunny and not much of a breeze. I only took 2 handheld bottles for this and I paid for it in those final miles. I started to fall apart on the way out to trail #1 (about 18 miles in) and from that point it was just survival back to the start... slow jogging with some walking on the road back to trail #4. I don't think I've ever guzzled so much water after a run before, and drank so much so quickly that I almost threw up from it.
I didn't encounter too many people out there, but depending on when someone does this, starting at the parking lot for 4/3/7 would probably be preferable because it seemed pretty busy in that area in the early afternoon.
Trails are nice and well maintained. There are a few steep technical sections, but overall very runnable. I'd like to come back on a much cooler day, fresher legs, and probably more water and go sub-3. This wraps up a high mileage week for me, so I'm happy my legs felt as good as they did today.
Note that my route differs slightly from [Paul's original] submitted route. Trail #1 should make a complete loop and go back to the parking lot for the trail. The submitted route takes an access road back to the main road.