What a contrived example. You talk about someone who is going to be doing some kind of "coordination center", but that person isn't competent enough to understand the difference between two license classes? Every truck driver in the country understands the difference between a driver's license and a CDL. You're just making stuff up. Anybody who is so mentally handicapped that they can't figure out the difference between Technician and Advanced is far too inept to be able to figure out how to operate RIT XIT CALL MR A/B SPLIT BAND MODE BK-IN and so on. Maybe so. That's not a problem to be solved with licensing. If ham radio has a perception problem, maybe they should fix ARRL first? That's a far easier goal than making changes to FCC decisions. The facts remain: the current system exists in its current form for specific reasons that were explained in detail by FCC as recently as 2005. Those reasons were explained in their historical context, and with respect to the ongoing federal interest in having an amateur radio service with access to HF spectrum. Until you come up with a concrete, substantial reason why this should change, that is in the wider public interest, FCC isn't going to give you the time of day. Period.