I get what they were doing with CRT Wosi, but just don't get to what end, what they're ultimate aim is.
Honda may be supplying a production RCV and Yamaha supplying M1 engines, but what will it achieve. They won't be the same spec as factory, therefore they can't compete with the factory equivalents. Even with a control ECU they won't match the factory bikes
If Dorna are pushing for all bikes to run at the same overall spec, then you effectively have a prototype series which has no prototypes or factory teams. There's little point in a factory team if they run the same spec bike as a privateer team in the next garage. In terms of factory against factory, Honda have enough resource to flood the grid with production RCV and ensure they have the best riders on them, so Honda still wins. The CRT teams that have spent a small fortune to enter Motogp may well be gone, brushed aside without a thought from Dorna, who, as long as their vision is achieved, wont give a toss.
If you retain the prototypes, albeit with technology capped, they are still going to outperform their production versions, so you still have prototype and CRT in the same race, it's still two-tier, so nothing changes.
I just can't see the game Dorna are indulging themselves in playing out to anything that will improve the number of competitive bikes on the grid from the current number of 4, or 6 if Ducati can solve their problems.