... what is really needed is simplified complete camera and rig setup, handling and workflow guides for using the scarlet as a videographer, Eng, network TV, documentary, low and high end cinema camera, and as a personal camera, in paper and video. Would include lists of good software and tools for each shooting/workflow segment. Somebody like Steve (or was that David Mullen, could be paid to make them. This would be a great advertisement for Red cameras, showing people how they can use the system for their situation, worth thousands of sales, and a good research tool to pick on how to design the camera better for these segments, but also too drastically cut support. This is the brilliant strategy that Commodore (famously in a way, market wse) did with the Vic 20 and Commodore 64 computers in the 80's that greatly increased their appeal (not that we need anything that simple).
Actually, threads could be started asking people for feed back into how to improve the cameras for any type of production, edited versions, with spurious conversations culled by Jeff :-) , could be made. From this the cameras can be improved in general, and modules designed to fill in the blanks for variouse segments of the market (which is already being done to a degree I think), whith features that would be unsatisfactory to be included in the general camera. Threads for people to contribute about how to use the current camera for the various shooting types above could also contribute information to the above guides. How about it Red?