I understand you want some kind of user feedback form that you think will somehow convince us that Linux customers (and open source driver users in particular) make up a much larger portion of our market than we believe today, although you haven't answered any of our questions w.r.t. how the information would actually be used for decision making.
I understand that you then expect this "new knowledge" to cause us to dump a lot more funding into the development of open source drivers, allowing them to quickly pick up all of the features and performance of our code-shared proprietary drivers, but you are also talking about "4 developers" getting us there.
I'm sorry, but that's not even close - code sharing with other OSes means the proprietary drivers are able to benefit from the work of hundreds of developers and that's what you need to get the kind of performance and features you want on a schedule you seem willing to accept. More developers would definitely help, but the developer-to-benefit ratio isn't as high as you seem to believe.
You seem to feel we are ignoring you, but when I ask questions you answer with insults.