I had serious day and night glare from my Crystalens. Like you, I had YAG, no tilt, and tried pilocarpine. After waiting a year, I had a mono focal lens exchange. It was a good decision for me. If you choose this route, find a top notch surgeon who has exchanged Crystalens as that model has unique haptics (the hooks that keep it place).
I'd recommend you ask your doctor about using Alphagan drops (Brimonidine) as an alternative to pilocarpine. It has less side effects overall, and if the drops improve the halos and ghosting at night then and you are otherwise happy with your vision, then that's great. It's a trade-off between the ability to read without glasses and the night-time halos/dysphotopsia.
The only way to remove the halo and ghosting permanently is to replace the IOL, but this is more difficult to do after the YAG capsulotomy is done and the risks of changing the IOL need to be carefully explained to you beforehand.