Deadwater is great, but I've been climbing there since it was discovered and that's the first I've heard of it not being a top-roping area. Just the opposite, the place was originally developed as a convenient guiding area, thus the top anchors -lead up, drop the rope through, lower, let clients burn rubber all day. Top-roping here is in no way frowned upon, have at it.
The cliff is probably perfect for you except the "away from crowds" part. You'll probably run into other climbers, although not the numbers you'll find at the Beer Walls or Owls Head. Due to the clifftop being a pain in the ass (though hardly "nearly impossible") to access somebody in each party has to lead so the level of gumbidom isn't has high as those two areas either.
Highly recommended: Reach For The Sky -you can rig a TR after climbing Buffalo Bob, but it's also a safe and excellent lead too, probably soft for the grade. Also Tombstone- not a top-rope, but too good to miss if you can swing it!
Lastly, make sure everybody in your group knows how to identify and avoid poison ivy!