... And, more importantly, how would you do it ?
Thats the thing. I woulndnt. If anyone has a problem with the learning curve they face when switching from windows to linux, this does not help at all. Instead this creates the potential for a complete system break down. I still fail to see how this speeds anything up or help anyhing. Everything in an OS installation lives where it does for a reason. You start moving stuff around and all of the sudden you compilers cant find development libraries, you programs cant find other libraries they depend on, etc. Ot to mention, if you ever got anything to compile, it woud pick up dependencies that nobody else has, so this is whay i said it the firat time you posted. This whole idea is asinine. You done help anybody with this, instead you troll dofferent forums asking others for this. I can appreciate anyone improving upon anything, but this is not improving. This is breaking with the hope of inproving based on a principle that is just utterly wrong.
Like i said before, if you really do believe the change in system paths can speed anything up, build a linux sustem from scratch and shape it with the paths you want. Then benchmark it agains whoever you want and prove your point. Until then, i must also repeat.... Not Interested