Think about devices that don't support host, for example. How's that for confusion? Now it's pretty simple. If it's microUSB, it either needs an OTG adapter (inverted power rails AFAIK), or doesn't support host at all. You have full size USB - means it supports host. Very simple. No confusion here.
And don't forget that it's both cheaper and you don't need to lug around adapters. It might become a standard later on. But the PF will be dead by then. So there's no point adding many unusable ports to it.
I vote for 3x USB-A, 1x USB-C (but just for TB3, it's useless otherwise), and a HDMI, either full size, or micro (only if full is impossible).
@Ivan_Lazarenko I don't see why you think HDMI is becoming obsolete anytime soon. I can assure you that it's super duper hard to find a screen that doesn't support HDMI. And it's even harder (which is actually difficult even to imagine) to find one that supports that "display port". Basically, the only ones that don't support HDMI are from 10+ years ago. And those that support display port are overpriced. It's not gonna change in months. Maybe in decades. But not in months.
I understand you guys want to brag about having the latest tech in your hands, but trust me, there is no point in having these weird ports in the PF. We don't even know if they will become mainstream. We can only guess. But just look at VGA - it doesn't make sense AT ALL with LCD monitors, but about half of newly made desktop monitors STILL have it! It makes no sense, yeah. But technology is built on older technology. And HDMI is here to stay. Because just like VGA - standards just don't give up so easily. Everyone has it now. Everyone has a cable for it, and a laptop that can connect to it. People don't want to buy new everything when they buy something. So TVs that support HDMI will naturally be much more popular for quite a time now. Your PF will be long dead by then.