That is exactly why the OPA/Jersey Boyz is running a "P Class" format. Regardless of what you have you will be placed in a class according to your speed bracket. The "P Class" is what works for Offshore Racing. I am not saying that "P" is the only answer as there should be SuperCat and Factory classes.
I too have enjoyed the coverage this year, until the Worlds. It was a let down because I am a Factory class fan (and a P class fan). It is the closest type of racing that the average performance boater can relate to.
Super Vee and Super Vee Light Twin is so close that they could race against each other. These are two classes that could be combined, no problem.
Outlaw A, gone. Run them in "P-3".
This is only a start but it is the bantering between guys like you and me that hopefully gets recognized.