Nice and gimmick idea, I feel honored about your well-intended proposal to create a side job or sunlighting for measuring service for the whole world ... thanks, I've been fully stretched in job and have an uncommercial interest in doing this "relaxative" side job for the community in spare time.
Hmmmm, do you have a plan to divide the money (make no mistake in answering, ha, ha)?
1) Studio-owners should feel free to buy the Realiser to support YOUR most informative recording sessions for free and helps building a database of serveral PRIRs - best promotion for the studios and a reason for some people, to come to the real room (spend much money there)!!!
2) We better exert gently leverage on Smyth people to integrate elementary phase control functions in Realiser to avoid such "job machine".
Some reasons, to keep the hands off your wished service:
In professional studios, phase alignment and sound quality are dear-bought basics, no problems found in such PRiRs up to this point.
Evaluation of PRIR audio signals in this shape with varying heads is without knowledge of given HRTF adverse influences extremly imprecise. Having seven stereo room responses and one scan of LFE gives a very good impression of reflection-timing, used substance of walls, ceilings and decay.
To gage a metrological reliable frequency range and phase response, recordings must taped up by standardised dummyheads, like Neumann KU-100, FABIAN, Head acoustics systems, ...., diffuse-field equalized in reflecting environment and recorded with higher sampling rates than 48kHz ...
If you substracts out the HRTF, audio interaural time difference (ITD) and intensity difference (EQ), you could have a base for professional 3D spectral measurement, done from some experienced institutes with special programms.
Unfortunately coincides most frequency dropings like crossovers or false driver wiring with resonance of ear canal or shoulder reflection frequencies, like Roger's tricky problem ...
A forum full of ideas, just imaginative ... , I like it!!!