so that switch looks like it will give you what you want as far as the 5 way is concerned.
So on the dpdt switch you can run two different circuits because it is double polled.
I used a mini toggle on one of my guitars so that i could add the bridge pickup to whatever position i was on which isn't hard to do.
So you could use the same pot to tap both humbuckers at the same time, or tap the neck humbucker and add the bridge to whatever was selected.
It may not be what you are going for and if not no big deal but if you are looking for maximum tonal possibilities you can wire a 5 way rotary switch for each humbucker. Then you could use a standard 5 way switch. You could also still wire it in so that the bridge can be added to turn on all three pickups or just neck and bridge together.
your pictures still wont load for me but adding the bridge pickup to your sound regardless of control selection you have is an easy thing to do. It only requires a SPDT (single pole/double throw) switch. In standard wiring your hot lead from the bridge pickup goes to your switch(3 way or 5 way whatever you have). Solder a small jumper wire from the hot lead/terminal of your pickup selector switch to one of the outside lugs/terminals of the SPDT switch. Then you need to run another jumper from the middle lug/terminal of the SPDT switch to the hot output of the pickup selector switch. The other terminal wont have anything soldered to it. So it should look like this
hot lead from your bridge pickup's terminal on the pickup selecter switch ---------0
jumper running to the output of your pickup selector switch ---------------------0
nothing connected ------------------------------------------------------------0
that is the same thing as using one side of a DPDT switch which looks like this
0--0 these two top lugs you can consider input lugs.
0--0 these two are your output lugs depending on what position is selected
0--0 these two bottom are the same as the top.
so for instance on a push/pull pot the bottom set of inputs is connected with the middle lugs. When pulled up the top two inputs are engaged and the middle still acts as your output. One column is independent from the other column so you can use the same switch for two different things if need be.
Another thing to keep in mind is you can reverse the polarity of your humbuckers in order to get the coil you want active when you do a coil tap.
if you knew all this already, sorry i am not trying to waist your time just give you an idea of how you can get what wiring combo you want.