For completeness, here are the leads of the 5-6 position, although I'm starting to doubt whether there is much insight to be gained from going through this exercise for anything other than coursing and 3-4. First, here are the leads that involve an exceptional place bell.
Four of the remaining leads have a pattern with overlapping Cambridge places, but further apart than the overlapping Cambridge places in the 3-4 position. A feature of this pattern is that both bells make internal places simultaneously, which is unusual and can feel a little odd to ring. Also, below the treble there is some work in the 5-6 hunting position, which gives some "opposites" work on the front six.
Finally, the symmetrical lead has some work in the 3-4 position below the treble.