I went Granite Park> Italy Pass> Dancing Bear Pass> White Bear> Black Bear then followed the drainage down to Little Bear then headed southwest over the little saddle then straight down to the North shore of Vee then round the east side to Claw> Den> then Northeast over the ridge, once in the next valley I went Southeast over Feather Pass( one could make a loop by heading west north west back to Black Bear.)
Personally I found this area pleasant to travel in (not much in the way of Talus, no bushwhacking or loose rock) and I had Gaia GPS topo maps on my smartphone which made macro routefinding easy.
However if this you haven't done any cross-country travel before I would try to get some off-trail experience both in terms of knowing how much slower the lack of a trail can make one and to get some navigation experience. I would recommend some sort of GPS and the knowledge of how to use it and the ability to use map and compass in conjunction and as a backup.
You don't mention if you're travelling solo, if so go very carefully, especially when tired, or even consider a less challenging route or asking someone with more experience to come along.
PS. Posting for route advice on High Sierra Topix Forums is probably the best bet for contact with people very familiar with the area, they're a very friendly and knowledgable bunch, they ask you to follow a format when doing this, it's explained in a sticky in the Hiking sub-forum, which gives them an idea of your capabilities and experience, in order to save a lot of toing and froing.
Also, search here, HighSierraTopix and google for trip reports, there's a lot of useful information out there- study your maps also.