I'm concerned that people new to Bitcoin may not be aware that the test network exists, and the new users will end up "paying" for Bitcoins that are essentially worthless.
What protections are in place (or should be in place) to prevent a vulture capitalist from selling coins that can't cross between networks?
Should we openly reject offers (or the consumer demand) for coins on the test network? ... the main idea is that the thought leaders of the Bitcoin initiative want to protect their investment in the network and prevent dilution though potential bad marketing this "counterfeit" network provides.
So again, the question is, what actions should we take with regard to the test network and questions/needs regarding it? How can we ensure that it doesn't take on a monetary value of its own (or act as a negative influence on the prod network)