Here's another idea to make the Red team groan. I know it's way early to even mention this but I wonder if RED has any plans to produce little instructional movies on things like camera and rail setup, basic camera menus, REDCINE and RAW workflow? Something like this:
The advantage of instructional videos over manuals is that first time users and renters, camera ops, ACs, editors and assistants can get a quick overview of the RED concept without thumbing through dozens of pages of documentation. Ultimately this benefits RED by preempting negative comments by whiners and old-schoolers who are set in their ways. Let's face it: there will be a convergence of film and video users and renters coming into contact with RED, each bringing their own baggage on how a camera system and post workflow should work. Walking them through simple tutorials will help them make the paradigm shift a lot easier.
These instructional videos could be packaged in a DVD with chapter headings, or broken down in smaller quicktimes posted on red.com. In time, esoteric topics could be address such as "exposing to the right", "cleaning and maintenance", "RAW vs. RBG", etc.
AND NOW FOR THE GOOD NEWS: this need not (and should not) distract the RED team from more pressing matters. Why not recruit some of the fine local film and video makers in the area (and on this board) to take it off your hands? Shooting, editing, full deal. I'm sure you will get some keen offers if it involves taking a trip down to RED HQ to shoot some bling. :D