Of course not. To think this is to ignore the fundamental benefits of the safe network
“gameplan” This is an odd thing to be talking about.
Do you see multiple tcp/ip protocols? Just in case one implementation of tcp/ip is better than the 20 other implementations of tcp/ip, just in case one is better than the other by say 0.5%
The testnets are there to hone the best solutions to use and not divide the implementations and the users.
SAFE is a set of protocols. We do not divide the internet protocols into separate implementations and so why should we do that to SAFE. The storage is simple storage.
The real power of SAFE is the applications written to run on SAFE and this is the important part that needs dealing with. Do not make “apple”, “microsoft”, “android”, “nsa”, “blah” networks and divide the users into camps based on the underlying protocols.