Myself and two friends from California spent 2 weeks out at Ibex May of last year. Rest days are completely off the grid out there so we went hiking. We found the rest of the crag, and I made an exciting video.https://vimeo.com/5432505
To Get to The Zero Point Field, turn south off of Hwy. 6/50 at mile 43.2. The boulders are visible from Hwy. 6, but they look tiny. The road is usually pretty good dirt. Drive 2.3 miles and park (look west - it's obvious). Hike west 10 minutes or so to the beginning of the field. If you keep walking west a couple hundred meters further, you'll be on top the ridge that you can see from the Main Area. A boulder on this ridge is visible from both the Main Area and the Zero Point Field. There is an optional road with a fixed truck a bit further south. It's not very good, but it will get you closer to the west side of The Zero Point Field. Note the crop circles. Unless they're gone, that is.
Zero Point Field topo:
The Hand is 4.1 miles south of Hwy. 6/50 off the same road as The Zero Point Field. You'll see an erratic boulder about 200m to the east of this dirt road and a hill. The Hand is on top of the hill out of view of the road. It kinda looks a bit like a foot, but calling a boulder, "The Foot" seemed even more stupid than calling it "The Hand." One-stop shopping. When you go to The Hand do not go with calm.
If you continue on that road there's a campsite and a huge boulder to deflect the wind. On the SE corner of said boulder is a sit-start problem called, "The Panty Line." On the north face of the same boulder is a problem called, "Bouldering is Neither." It starts above a shrub. Further down that road you will see a rock-strewn wind-caressed heap. It has low potential, and we did nothing there. For kicks continue south on this same road (referring to your UT Gazateer - parallelling left of the word, "Hills" in "Black Hills" on the obviously curvy road) and go through Steamboat Pass. 4WD. Freaky canyon in the absolute middle of nowhere. Quite unexpected.
Page 157 - A Bouldering Guide to UT addendum: This is the Sunnyside of the Tule Valley, and you can easily see it from the Main Area. There is a road that you'll want a bit of ground clearance for that busts east off the dirt highway just north of The Topus, The road is not indicated in the guidebook, and it's very easy to miss. Take it until the obvious parking area when the road vanishes. Hike 20 minutes or so to the House-sized boulder (the one you can see from the Main Area). There're a couple of keen boulders on the backside of the hill east of the House, and the Next Best Thing is SE of the House behind a ridge.
There are also some new difficult gripcourses at Candyland. Page 180 - A Bouldering Guide to UT: 3m or so left of #14 Shaolin Buddah Finger, is The Illudium PU-36 Explosive Space Modulator (high stand start).
Also on page 183 - A Bouldering Guide to UT:
Problems 1 & 2 are transposed.
#5 "Slave 32" has a direct start called "Lick the Bag." One big move to the break, and then go up.
"The Crusades" - start on "Splockhead" and traverse the break finishing on "The Flogiston."
When will the Crusades end (aka. how did our oil get under their sand)?
With my cutting-edge topos you will easily be able to translocate the areas. If you can't figure out which is what from there, don't worry about it. If it looks good, grapple it. If you've already done any of these lines, I apologize for my usurping of your glory.