I am not sure what bars you refer to, but there are two similar sections: at the end of my page two, there is a sustained b in LH and staccato in RH starting each bar on g#. Here I do RH on top.
After that, my page 3, there is a sustaained e in LH and staccato each bar starts with c# in RH. Here I do RH on top from 'Tempo I', for 3 bars. Then (where clef changes in LH) 4 bars LH on top. The RH on top again (starting at the measure with e-a3-e in RH and a natural in LH).
I would not redistribute notes over hands, because this changes the simple pattern of staccato in RH and legato in LH.
Yes the program will work, but maybe I would do the suite at the end. Play pieces in chronological order. (save the best fro last
Great Suite, great composer. I am especially fond of the 3rd movement. With it's reapeating never the same rythmic scale patterns. Awesome. Supposedly strongly inspired by Arabic (Algerian, Biskra region) music. The first mvmt is Roumanian in character and the second contains 12-tone series.
After this suite you may want to have a look at Bartók's other suite for piano solo: the Out of Doors suite, my favorite Bartók piece for solo piano.
By the way, welcome "bluecheese", to the forum!