You may well be right Misha. I was going by Dave D's description: "Tollhouse is also host to a good chunk of beginner lead routes located at the Sunday Slab area (single pitch, well-bolted 5.7's)." Not having a copy of the guide book, I can't tell for sure which slab this is...but the one we were climbing sure matches the description.
The old school locals of Tollhouse (ie Cam Donahue, Dwight Kroll, Barry Chambers) have called both slabs "The Sunday Slabs Area". The SEKI guide mentions a non-descrip verse regarding the Sunday Slab Area on pg. 14. I haven't heard of anyone referring to the left slab (ie Shattered Dreams, Taking A Bath With Strangers etc) as the "Saturday Slab". The right slab features Directisima......the very first bolted route at Tollhouse (1972). Does that help clear things up?
Actually, that route and others like it, were the norm for Tollhouse until Mark Spencer came along and grid bolted the whole slab with BS bolts! Anyway, I believe runout conditions aid in the abiltiy to push beyond the mental barriers of ones mind. Several years back (after Spencer had "stainless steeled" the area), a few of us were gonna go out there and chop them. I was later convinced to leave it as is so that fledgling leaders could build up their lead experience. We ended up adding 'Taking A Bath With Strangers' as grudge f*ck statement!
Wanna try "crappy"? Try 'Balls' (5.9). On my first leading it, I was on the third pitch (3 bolts, 175 feet!!). I was trying to get to get to the thrid bolt when my feet cut out from under me.........50 feet later, I was mared with rope burns and road rash! I came back a year later to finish it up without incident.