@MiggsEye, awesome post.
One thing I'd like to add is that what we're missing right now is examples of going beyond the outline stage with Dramatica, into the actual writing of a novel. (There's not that much for screenplays either, but Armando's book has some as does @Jbarker's thread.)
Stuff like, you think you have your storyform down pat, but then halfway through your first draft you begin to doubt it. What should you do?
Or, your storyform is working great and seems more accurate the more of your first draft you get. So you want to use all that storyform goodness to help you along... except, buried in the heads and situation of your characters, you're not really sure where you are in the story -- like which Act/Signpost you're in. Was that thing that just happened an Act Turn? Or is the thing coming up? It's hard to use the very valuable Signposts and PSR when you don't know where you are. Even if you outlined fairly extensively, a lot of things can change from your outline, making your "location" uncertain.
Then there's the question of, if you give a character enough POV time in your novel, and personal-seeming issues, isn't it perhaps likely that your subconscious will create a substory for that character (with them as MC)? How can you tease out whether that's true and if it is, what the storyform is and how it interacts with the main one? Or is it perhaps better just to leave it alone, let your subconscious handle it?
Those are just a few examples. I could probably come up with a list of a hundred things that I wonder about all the time! Most if it in the intersection between Dramatica and the writing process, which will vary among writers.