Thats awesome, thanks for sharing.
I don’t want to pressure the dev team because I am a bench warmer by comparison. That said, it seems like one method of improving decentralization is to improve the payouts for nodes. Currently I am worried that the costs of 100k REN is starting to price out risk taking retail level investors leaving only institutional level investors who are more risk adverse by nature. Also, I think many multi-node operators will cash in some of their bonded REN shortly after looking at the current ROI from fees relative to the current value of 100k REN. So, as is, I expect node counts to drop a little in the coming months.
I am sympathetic to the arguement that raising burn/mint fees is detrimental to the network long-term and that instead we should focus on capturing more volume/market share. If renETH has the chance to bring in a large emerging market for cross-chain bridging, the resulting fee generation could really help maintain consistent growth (node count) toward decentralization.
In conclussion, maybe this should be made a higher priority to strike while the iron is hot? Let me know if I get to a point where an RFC is worth a write-up. I am overly hesitant about making myself look bad.