I appreciate the detail in the explanation.
I’m not a programmer (although I understand some of the DA context).
From my position as a regular user of the network, I can only express my feelings.
I cannot deny that reading the entire context generates some uncertainty and perhaps fear about the complexity required to implement this hybrid concept.
There are two main aspects for me:
UX in relation to the appropriate security guarantees for each use case (regular user).
The regular user will face a new way of approaching their actions on the network.
It is clear that 90% will choose the most economical route, even if it means having lower security guarantees.
I’m not so sure how much they are interested in understanding and accepting the final trade-offs as regular users.
Perhaps we will need general education? Or is it not the goal to reach that extreme?
Maybe we can consider it as a trade-off that doesn’t necessarily have to be fully understood?
I wonder if users of Inmutable X, Sorare, or Myria truly understand the entire context of security guarantees. I think not.
Derived from this, I believe a user interface that is sufficiently intuitive is required to clearly and FRIENDLY present the trade-offs of the two possible paths, L1DA/L2DA.
However, it should not reach the point of generating fear in the user.
Please note that my perspective is from the point of view of a non-technical user (which is what I am).
So, under this context, I would only ask that the interfaces presented for choosing L1DA/L2DA be quite user-friendly, clear, and provide basic (not excessive) information that allows me to make a quick decision but with the necessary understanding.
I hope I have understood and expressed coherent ideas with the technical publication you just described.