mroh wrote:(In this state, its not usable at all for analysis...)
Sure is. As I said before, just use two different instances of SF, one for the white side, and one for the black side, and only backsolve white scores for the white side, and black scores for the black side.
I had found about this independently with Komodo Contempt, where you'd use different engines for the sides, and with a contempt of 100, of course you don't backsolve the -1.00 scores with the 1.00 scores. Komodo with Contempt ON for white would prefer the white side, and with Contempt on for black will prefer the black side, up to 1.20 vs -1.20 scores...
So now I have positions that I'd like to play with both white, and black, as they have good winning chances, while before, if it was good for white, then I'd avoid it as black, but this is clearly a mistake. What you want is to avoid drawish positions, regardless of your own color!
I think this is a new paradigm shift, and I wonder if this will separate those that can grasp the concept (positions being favorable for both sides, and positions being unfavorable for both sides.)
I love this, and live for these things. Though it may be hard to wrap your head around this, if you're too used to the "one side has the advantage and the other is best avoiding this position", obsolete way of thinking.