So, a discussion emerged during my exploration of the new patch today about the idea of the Puritan/Radical morality scale and things like using Xeno/Chaos weapons and such. This led me to a thought: that's not all we're getting, is it?
I confess it's a bit of a lore hound point but the divisions within the Puritan and Radical Churches of the Inquisition have been played up in the fiction and lore for quite a while. A Xanthian - an Inquisitor who advocates using Daemon Weaponry and the powers of Chaos to fight Chaos - is not going to find an easy comrade with the likes of an Istaavian - who advocates extreme survival of the fittest rule to strengthen the Imperium.
Equally, on the Puritan side, a Thorian - who wants to find a sacred vessel to hold the Spirit of the Emperor - is likely to cross paths with an Amalathian Inquisitor who wants to keep everything the same.
I accept that another series of stats to track your sub-faction may not be feasible (though it would admittedly be cool to see) but I imagine it would be doable and quite possible to display these other methods of thinking through things like the Investigations and it could cause an impact in the Sector as Recongregators topple governments, for instance.
I know morality is some time away and I know that this is something of a small point but I think it would be a very flavourful thing to have, so I just wanted to bring it up, to get opinions.