I suggest standardizing the proposals structure to make them more readable (and also starting to name and number them - PowerPool Improvement Proposal (PIP) could work).
I think what YFI and CRV have implemented works pretty well.
Here’s the structure YFI uses:
Simply describe the outcome the proposed change intends to achieve. This should be non-technical and accessible to a casual community member.
A short (~200 word) description of the proposed change, the abstract should clearly describe the proposed change. This is what will be done if the YIP is implemented.
This is the problem statement. This is the why of the YIP. It should clearly explain why the current state of the protocol is inadequate.
This is a high level overview of how the YIP will solve the problem. The overview should clearly describe how the new feature will be implemented.