A valid complaint for sure, if you do this. It may help if you shed light on why you want to do this.
I appreciated the fact that it is Nano SIM because it means I can move SIMs around between all my existing phones and the Librem 5. It is hard to please everybody?
Yes. You are right on both points about Bluetooth and about GPS. (The GPS hardware works and is responsive and usable but apps aren’t using it yet, I believe. Ditto the camera.)
I guess this comes down to expectations i.e. what your expectations were v. where the software is at.
Coming soon. Has already been previewed.
You are right - up to a point, and but …
There is much more to this.
It is unsafe for the phone to export the eMMC drive as external storage. It could be safe to do that for the uSD card but that is not available yet.
However if you boot Jumpdrive on the phone, you can do exactly this. (I have done this and tested both drives as external storage, accessing from a Linux PC.)
However as others point out, there is no point doing this with Windows because it won’t recognise the file system.
You can export the file system by whatever protocol you prefer and to whatever platform you prefer - and that is safe. (I haven’t tested this with Windows however, as I have none.) If you want to do this with Windows then you will probably want to install the Samba server component on the Librem 5.