1. In a deck with Knights, it's great for a beginning player to be able to see all the various knights, since each one has a unique effect. That's pretty obvious, and no one would argue with you. As you envision this; would a player be able to merely see all 8 cards, or, all 8 cards IN THE ORDER THEY HAPPEN TO BE in this particular game? Obviously a huge difference in strategy if you know in advance the order...not sure if one is inherently "better" than the other.
2. Same sort of question re Black Market. In IRL games, I guess the rules call for players to know in advance which 'extra' cards with be in the mix, if a Black Market is played, right? So far, the online game does not do this, which was a conscious decision of the website developers. (I'm not sure if this decision was due to programming difficulties, or due to a determination that the game just plays better if players are left in the dark.) So...do you envision an online game where the Black Market supply cards will be visible to players? And if the answer to that is 'yes,' then will/should we also know the order of the cards?