Well, let's agree to disagree then. I believe Op wants to convince people, and more important, convince people who are not convinced. Who cares about preaching the converts ?OK, I'm going to disagree with this. Yes, I think the study was biased, but I don't consider that a criticism. It doesn't have to be unbiased, but it does need to be factual in certain places.
Chapter 1 was the "where we are". As I said earlier, I'm not comfortable with some of the details in the methodology, but the final conclusions seem accurate enough.
Chapter 2 was the "where I think we should be". This is, again as I said earlier, a sales pitch*. The OP wants a particular outcome (REDkit), so clearly this is what the study says. It's subjective and it's biased, but that really doesn't matter.
Chapter 3 is the important one, as this is where the reader needs to be convinced that the wishes expressed in Chapter 2 are viable and desirable. So, unlike Chapter 2, this DOES need to be objective. I believe that the OP has achieved that objectivity, I just think that it's not complete, and that the omissions may significantly change the conclusions.
*Maybe that's why I'm OK with it being biased. I'm more used to reading sales pitches and business propositions than formal academic studies
By making biased argument, this falls short of convincing people. I still truly believe this is a good piece of work. I however would like a more complete studies, because I find that extremely interesting, and oppositely to what OP may believe, I'm 100% behind him and the Red Kit. I'm just placing myself in a position where I accept that my wishes may not be the best interest for CDPR, and I'd thus be happy if OP can prove me wrong than they really are, without any concern. I have a good experience with video games in general, and modding, and unfortunately I still believe the lack of mods in TW3 are not only because of a lack of possibilities. How would we explain than Holgan96 is the first guy who revamp the textures of something else than the Viper or Bear Armor ? Is it only because "the texture system is complex", or because the original textures are good enough than no one really cared ?
After all, there must be a reason why 50% of the mods in TW3 have been focused around "the E3".