I like the idea of Caching Karma, but I think the current way of calculation is not wholly reflective of the idea behind it.
"The idea is that you should give back to the community at the same time as you use it."
The current method of calculation is only about numbers, so that someone who puts out 100 average caches for people to find are rewarded more than someone who puts out fewer caches, but those caches are more experience orientated which gets rewarded with more FP's.
Could the calculation take FP's into account, so that a cacher who puts out really great caches (ones thought of as great by finders) has an equal standing with those who put out simple power trails?
Each has it's merits, and I don't want to slag-off power trails, but I feel that the truly great cache creators are not receiving true Karma.
Just an idea of course