I know you have a full plate and I am forever grateful for what you did with both Revisited films thus far. They are my ONLY go-to versions, though for nostalgia I do have Harmy’s Despecialized, but prefer yours because I like all the continuity fixes and additions you made. It truly is what we deserved to get back in 1997.
That said, aside from creating a new spectacular end to the Executor which I know you have listed - I wonder aloud if you might consider a scene that was scripted and shot - that might find a reimagining into ROTJ:Revisited.
In 1983 we felt short-changed with Vader when leaving our first viewing, and how Vader was handled in ROTJ. He was a vastly different character rather than the menacing ‘no-nonsense from anyone villain’ we got to see in Empire. I know Lucas softened him to make him sympathetic and a tragic figure rather than a villain by the time he got to scripting Jedi - but we at least wanted to see some glimmers of the villain we saw in ESB.
There is a scene in the ROTJ Novelization by Glut that absolutely thrilled me when I read it, and wished to Lucas that he had filmed that scene exactly as written and put it in the movie.
The scene has Vader walking to the elevator tube on DSII to go see Emp, which is flanked by two red Imperial Guards who step out with their force pikes and inform him “You may not enter”. Vader immediately and without hesitation force chokes both of them, lifting them off the ground. One manages to gurgle: “It is the Emperor’s command” - upon which Vader releases them immediately to fall in a clump on the floor while Vader turns to a side window and says flatly “I shall await his convenience”.
The filmed Deleted scene with Jerjerrod is just sorely lacking, but what the novel described above I thought is as quick and intense as the “Bring my shuttle” line that you fixed (Thank you) in ESB:R. I know this personal wish is probably a ridiculous question to even suggest and probably even more ridiculous to even make happen - but hey, Ronster tends to rub off on you after awhile.