I love this. It's a microcosm explanation of how my Trilogy and Book one merge. And I appreciate no one shot me out of the water by my experiment with this.
About the different slants on the gists...
@jhull, I'd love to see a breakdown of this idea. Maybe on Narrative First, maybe on Writer's Room. As you said, education is the best way to explain. I think that's why your working through the "Writing with Subtext" video series was/has been so helpful. The process revealed this difference, through the QUESTIONS you asked Diane. Your correcting her as she was giving answers. That was very useful.
As for how to show this difference, you could have a switch (like you have now to turn on PSR) but a second-level switch that turns on or off the throughline specific aspect. Maybe at the bottom of each beat/ gist box.
Alternately, you could have a NF page we refer to that shows a bunch of examples--what that gist means as a MC gist or RS gist. Not wordy, or explanatory, just rephrased with the slant.
As it is, (wonderful as it is!), the elements are listed generically, even when we click on
or https://app.narrativefirst.com/storypoint/influence-character-solution/Equity or
No complaints, I'm patient, love Subtext. Great work. You are a great teacher.