You must be joking right? No, I guess you're not.
When I fall leading most of the time the pro is over my head, or else I down climb and sit on it, or else I make the move. It's very rare that I am taking long screamers on protection, and it is rarely necessary. Why can't you do 5.9 until you can do 5.10 without taking wipers on your pro? What is the point if you can barely make it without taking terrible falls? Why don't you fall lower down while putting in a nut? Why can't you walk up to the top of the cliff and rap down to the anchor like I do and put a top rope on it? You can also put a shock absorber on it.
Putting bolts all over the place is not the right answer, especially when you are climbing in a place where people hate bolts and people know how to solve trad problems in other ways then turning them into sport climbs. The only reason there are bolts at the top of the cliff is to stop the traffic and erosion with loose rocks falling off all along the top of the cliff. Other than that there is only a few climbs where bolts were placed before I even started climbing over 30 years ago.
The Mohonk Mountain House and the Mohonk Preserve have done a great job protecting the environment thus far, but ... it's all down hill from here http://youtu.be/9AU8fMo8v4k.