I truly like your approach.
But, I have come to the conclusion over many years of being both in and out that Scientology is an Eco-System, with all the components of the more familiar bio-ecosystem--predators, food chain, survival of the fittest, checks-and-balances and adaptation to survive.
The eternal struggle to be higher on the food chain (command channel) is the simple, common-sense determination to EAT and not be EATEN. FOOD plays a controlling role at the core of the eco-structure. In Scientology the sustenance (food) is centered the holy watering hole where the animals compete in a vicious fight for that prime real estate and the chance to drink. Scientology calls it "tech" and there is even a "bridge" mythology that allows creatures to safely pass over dangerous predator-infested sections (think alligators, sharks, piraña, anacondas, et al) and to avoid stagnant (NCG) ponds of toxic (Squirrel, Psych, SP, et al) water.
There are inter-species skirmishes (CoS vs Indies, etc.) but the real battleground is Scientologists versus the entire rest of the animal kingdom (wogs, dbs, reporters, whistleblowers, critics, anonymous, scientists, middle class, et al....)
The interaction of Ex-Scientologists (the subject of this cool thread) with Scientologists is fascinating, but I don't think there is any one (1) technique that works best to help the Homo Novis . Rather, it seems that there are a multitude of ways to wake sleeping beings up--and we are talking about dormant OTs here, not their BT parasites.
So, when as you so well illustrate "SEEDS ARE PLANTED" it is brilliant. It is a pretty realistic conclusion that Wendy Honnors heard the piercing sound of that alarm clock buzzer you crafted into that letter you sent out. It had to have taken root at some level even if subliminally.
But there are other wake-up alarms and they each have their own style and subtle or sledgehammer effectiveness. Virtually all of the lovely, compassionate, scholarly, ferocious, creative, loving, joking/degrading, tolerant, acerbic, knowledgeable and strident posters on ESMB (and other venues) are effective in a different way. This was never demonstrated with more startling clarity than the emergence of Anonymous onto the scene a few short years ago.
They are all seeds capable of taking root in a Scientologist's disoriented thought process.
Personally, I have a style which J&D's much of the time, but that style can be deeply offensive to Indies, Tech-Users and certain critics. It doesn't matter whether it is "liked" by some. The point, I believe, is that even when someone vehemently objects or reacts to a truthful message about Scientology--or the experience one has had in it--those are not necessarily harmful reactions.
Even someone becoming very upset is not always a bad thing. Edgy and controversial styles often precede and begin the process of erosion upon the large boulder-like, immovable thinking of Scientologists or anyone for that matter. Perhaps many here are familiar with the 60's comedian Lenny Bruce whose rapier vulgarity and free expression put him in jail and on trial for his very livelihood and freedom. 50 years later in 2012, none of the "shocking" things he said would even gain notice in the world of modern-day comedians.
It is actually healthy for a Scientologist to occasionally hear a full frontal assault on the sacred superstitions that they so ardently believe in. How great would it be for a Scientologist to hear, for example, Jason Beghe's "SHOW ME A MOTHERFUCKING CLEAR!"?
It all helps.
Apologies that this post was not proofed or edited, so it might contain countless "transcriptionist errors". I am still dormant myself today after being invited to join a cult (last night) of Asian party-animals and I currently have the IQ of a small farm animal. It is going to take me a few days to recover from that "ecosystem". LOL