Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts. I completely agree with what you are saying.
My main field of knowledge is Windows, and I have some ideas on how to improve the instructions for the OS a little bit (not that they are bad now), but as I started to do modifications locally, I realised that I was writing more on how to deal with basic file operations rather than focusing on Syncthing itself, and I would like to avoid that.
I also believe that in case the user does not know, for example, how to download and unpack a zip archive, then using SyncTrayzor (or another wrapper) will likely be a much better way to set up and run Syncthing in their situation.
As for the Docs, I am not the best writer at all, but I do have a lot of experience in helping people with computers, of all age and skill level, and thus had to learn in the process how to explain things in plain and simple language that both a twenty- and seventy-year old can understand. I would now like to use this knowledge to at least help with the documentation, which I consider extremely important. It helped myself greatly too, when I was learning Syncthing for the first time.