Here are the current points:
My suggestion is to have 3 categories of base:Regular infantry, 6mm inf./vehicle stands, 15mm inf. = 1pt.
Ogres, Ogrun, Trolls, terminators, Light Warjacks, 15mm Cavalry, 6mm large vehicles, defensive line = 2pts.
Cavalry, Bikers, 15mm tanks = 3pts
Heavy Warjacks, Manticores, Hellpit Abominations, Smallish Vehicles, carnifexes, 15mm Big Stuff, bastion = 5pts.
Medium Vehicle (Leman Russ, Eldar Falcon, Tau Devilfish, etc...) = 6 points
Large Vehicles (Land Raiders, Valkyries, Trygon, WM War Engines) = 8pts.
Very Large Model ( Baneblade, imperial knight, etc...)= 10pts
Really HUGE Stuff (Titan, Stompa, etc...) = case by case
You have a 40mm base with 3 or 4 scarabs on it? That qualifies as simple (unless you've done some CRAZY cool painting and/or base work on it)
Your standard Terminator or the like? That's standard.
Some resin 40K model that comes in a dozen parts with crazy small detail on it? Probably Complicated. A Standard model with an 'above and beyond" paint job would elevate to complicated, as well.
Then, multiple the points accordingly.
Simple = x.5 points
Standard = standard points
Complicated = x1.5 (or x2?) points
This allows us to keep the current point system in place that we all know, but allows each category to be altered accordingly.
Also, I think anything coming on a 32 mm base now should be counted the same as a 26mm base. In most cases, the models are the same (or similar) to their predecessors.
Thoughts? Other suggestions?