Personally I don't like DR. The end result does not justify the amount of work and time that goes into them in my opinion. I don't like listening to DR. I listen to plays sometimes, but only as PLer. Unfortunately different readers for the roles is the only sensible way to do plays.
The only sensible way to do a DR (in my opinion) is to completely rewrite the text into a script. Remove all "he says", even the "he says angrily" and rewrite all "he says while standing in front of the fire" into something that would give the listeners longer narrated parts and dialogue without interruption by the narrator. That would be even more work for the BC. And it would demand a great amount of knowledge and skill. I wouldn't feel able to do this even for a simple mystery story or a children's book, I certainly wouldn't dare rewrite a peace of world literature in such a way.
I don't see much danger for Legamus if we decide to go even that far, as long as the person who writes the script clearly puts it into the public domain or releases it under CC0. The only danger there might be being accused of damaging literature.
Therefore I would be happier without any DR. Let's concentrate on doing simple audio books. That's enough of a challenge.
I suspect that I am quite alone with this opinion and I know that some/many people enjoy doing/listening to DRs. So I simply express my opinion and don't vote for any proceeding. But I won't take part in a DR in any function, not as a reader, not as MC, BC or DPL.
After having said that, I'd like to make a suggestion. It would be worth a try to record the scenes together via Skype or similar. People really would interact and be inspired by the co-actors. Every reader could record themselves for good audio quality. Typically the dialogues are not so long and there are mostly only 2-4 people involved. It should be possible to find convenient times for most scenes. May by not all, but that can't be helped.