Soon, someone will suggest standard brakes ("well, why not we have standard KERS), standard gearboxes etc.
But maybe the teams will agree to dumb KERS entirely.
Funny you quote that (or i didn't understand your post) but that's exactly what teams offered: standard brakes and standard gearboxes and a two year homologation on chassis. The Fia offered in addition standard suspensions, standard undertray.
I've got the impression that there'll be as much reason to be upset with the next chassis oriented meeting as now with the powertrain.
I don't mind that much the standard undertray (well in addition it brings a huge favorable factor in the wake signature problem), i don't mind the stanadrd brakes (they already use third party brakes anyway..) but the standard suspensions and gearboxes are just opposed to the engineering standard.
And then what really bugs me is that the worst (according to my opinion of course) ideas come from...teams. What in the hell a F1 with a chassis homologated for Two years will be? It is already sad about the engine!
And that standard KERS story is a bit rude too.
We'll see anyway but i do hope they'll stay with as much "performance differenciators" as possible.