Thats a relief! Didnt take you for one of the 'spell everything out for me' people Derek. Lets hope if this does happen, its only at super popular crags where beginners/visitors might need that extra confirmation (which of course raises the problem that they may start expecting it at every crag!), and that it is done in an intelligent and cohesive manner (Same tags everywhere, out of material that will not cause corrosion issues)
I can see where Andy is going with the signage, some areas are being overrun and intelligent protocol not being followed (thinking of Rocklands where there are too many paths and not enough communication to visitors about the sensitivity of the area and the correct manner in which to behave in such an area). Mark my comment about glasses stems from us trying our damndest to make bolts as invisible as possible by painting them and even putting them in hidden places. Your energies for organisation would be better spent helping to devise ways of coping with the impacts of crowds in places like Rocklands. Labelling routes, I would think, features pretty low on the list of priorities at the moment.
Lets put the effort and thought where needed. Stabilising and formalising paths, communicating protocol to overseas visitors (and ignorant locals! -sadly lacking at present), minimizing and preventing further damage to vegetation - rehabilitating where necessary, removing alien vegetation, ensuring fixed equipment is sound. There is lots to do, forget about labels for now. Only once all of the more urgent and glaring problems have been solved should we consider nicities like name tags, and even then hopefully only at the most frequented crags.