headisspinning - I appreciate your concerns, I will include the statement "I went against Watchtower policy on a certain issue" in the list of reasons for being disfellowshipped. I had hoped this was already encompassed by the answer "I disagreed with the teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses", but (for example) if someone accepts a blood transfusion, they AREN'T breaking a bible command, and they AREN'T necessarily disagreeing with the Governing Body (because they may simply not want to die). Valid point.
As far as feedback is concerned, I don't believe I'm being overly hasty, because I have posted all the questions precisely so that we CAN get some feedback before posting the survey live. I've been on this forum long enough to know that if I started a thread entitled "what 9 questions should go on my survey?" I would get bombarded with a variety of answers, some genuine, some tongue-in-cheek, some offensive to JWs, and some gibberish. Since I am more than capable (and have sufficient knowledge of JWs) to put together a draft survey and open it up for feedback, I thought it would be better to do things this way round instead. You have already highlighted that this is a good way of doing things by helping me to revise the disfellowshipping question, thank you.
Also - I have emailed Barbara Anderson to give her the opportunity to draft her own questions relating to the issues of paedophilia in the organization, since she is an expert on the subject. I haven't had a response yet, but I thought I would mention this to show that I am actively seeking feedback.