Good luck with your ideas. I think they are pretty much DOA, for several different reasons, but I can see that the idea may appeal to a few people out there. I think an easier approach would be to clarify the treaties and agreements with those countries that require Morse proficiency. If these counties accept a CEPT, then our extra already fits that bill. If they don't, then a separate document showing code proficiency could be shown, like a CSCE from a VEC or a commercial radiotelegraph license. A person could obtain a CSCE by showing that he was licensed with a code test at sometime in the past, much like credit given for pre 1987 tech licenses. And the VE teams could start offering code tests again as a way to get a CSCE, for those who have never had one. Something like this would require a paragraph or two in part 97, and no changes to the database. Once you start changing the entire FCC database, you would open up a can of worms.