Someone will do that story -- but, to date, the specifics and entireties of each proposal aren't known. There are several reasons for this.
-- They leaked, not advertised. And they tend to be leaked in morsels, not complete.
-- Viewing proposals as al a carte elements is incorrect. We will hear about them in that way, but proposals are made for a complete economic system, elements that come together, not that they can selectively choose to include.
An example: MLB proposed a higher minimum salary, a draft lottery, and changes to arbitration -- but what we don't know is if they proposed those ALL in the same proposal or as parts of different proposals that had unpalatable factors elsewhere. MLB could propose a higher minimum salary and in the same proposal do away with Super-2 arbitration, not address draft pick compensations, and keep the luxury tax at the same threshold. Players would reject that -- not because they don't like the higher minimum salary but because of the other elements of that proposal.
It would be great to go point by point through the proposals. It would also bore you to tears. But that level if detail is not available. As reporters, we all should strive to provide it as close as we can.