In all honesty, that final move left on the 2nd pitch would be a bit---ch if you were on the short side, ( that is if you do it the low way), which I think is the most common method.
In the last few years I've lost a few inches in height, and I just barely make the move, to the buckets. When leading that route, I have never put a piece in, after the crux. How likely is it that the leader will fall above on 5.5, if they can lead both crux pitches??
Obviously double ropes would solve the problem, if you want to take them. Cote and I went the high way on the 1st ascent, and I was freaking out, climbing in Robbins Boots. Ha, Ha