I didn't choose the turtle life, the turtle life chose me
We had two options to tackle this dicey section. 1) jump and hope you don't land awkwardly, fall into the crack or roll down the mountain, or 2) carefully and slowly scramble down and hope you don't fall into the crack. We chose option 2; scramble down taking it slow and evaluating each move before making it. Scrambling is inherently dangerous, I personally see no reason to elevate risk beyond the routes natural difficulties.
Sharing photos of our adventures is great and it's exciting to celebrate our success, but we need to remember that people will see our photos and naturally want to experience this themselves (I do this all the time). Be very real about your skill/experience level, there is no competition in scrambling. It's one thing to talk about pushing past our comfort zone and breaking down barriers in a safe manner. It's another to take on avoidable risks that push us beyond our limits in a dangerous way.
We had a 3rd option this day, turn around and avoid this section altogether. I was comfortable with the risk and made that decision for myself based on my skill and experience. Only you can decide what your risk tolerance is, don't ever feel pressured to do something you don't want to do and communicate with your party when your not comfortable.
Thanks for reading this long post. Sometimes I get caught up in summit fever and need a kick in the pants to remember that safety is always key.