Pernichev I actually think that with the PWM Flicker removal you eliminate most of the eye strain anyway, enough to make it a pleasant experience.
Strongly disagree with this statement. I have just as much strain on known PWM free panels and have tested this extensively, same with blue light entirely blocked with lab glasses, as I do any other time. My most comfortable panel has PWM. For most people I have talked to its irrelevant to their strain. I do not believe PWM is that big of a problem and rather a red herring most times. There is definitely something else going on and dithering is the only likely theory I have heard. We just cant shut it off reliably to test.
With regard to your survey about dithering the answer to what we want is simple...to be able to turn if off across all major operating systems/gpus. My personal needs are Linux and Android, but Windows, MacOS and iOS solutions will be needed by users here as well.
I can also confidently say people will want it to be open sourced (that doesn't mean we won't pay for it) because this is a serious accesibility issue and not just an entitled feature request, many of us are losing our livelihoods and only opportunities because of it, and any solution cannot be dependent on an unreproducable proprietary code that is lost if your company pivots, closes, lets the solution rot etc. Things happen but this is too important so if a solution IS found, for the greater good it needs to be available.