Most Pikes Peak regional summits are mere crumbling piles, not the last move on McReynolds Peak. If you really, really want to stand on top, it's a 5.9 granite block. Here's a summitpost report on it by a Colorado Springs climber.
Oh, and if you want to try it yourself, he reminds us there are "access issues," i.e. lots of private property at the start. I've never been up there. I've heard good things, though.