Short answer: No.
Discussions are good. Well thought out ideas are good. General consensus among contributors to your thread is also good.
However none of these things alone will make changes actually happen. There needs to be a whole lot of things lined up for time to actually be spent on making additions/changes. There's consideration to the impact on the game, development time it will take (and therefore take away from other things), the possibility that any changes will drastically change existing gameplay, CCP Management's strategic goals for the game, and of course whether the devs see it as a good idea at all anyway.
This particularly applies when it comes to tweaking a ship class - something that is rather subjective.
CSM isn't there to get every idea through to being developed. It's there to put forward what the representatives feel are the best (which are not necessarily the ones that are popular on the forums) changes/additions that CCP could make and to act as the first line of player feedback to CCP on what CCP are planning to do (hopefully heading off disasters before they go into development).
I see having CSM delegates who are intimately familiar with game (and general software/multimedia) development concerns as incredibly important, which is why I'm standing
Regardless, don't get disillusioned about CSM - it provides players a united, representative voice. We should do everything we can to use it.