I don't know whether we'd get on if you knew me, because we'd go out for Chinese and end up talking about whether it'd be possible to construct a valid (y'know, valid as in using only the switches provided by universal grammar) language in which exchanging concepts was easy, but saying normal things was hard. And then we'd end up talking about concept complexity and limits and how the world would be a different place if the limit was higher or lower. I'm not quite sure how Es puts up with it.
Anyway, I wrote up the various thoughts in A concept-easy language. It feels right and there are lots of open questions and growth points.