Now one new feature that might solve your issue might be to have the ability to assign a different context to projects/groups themselves that are different than default context (e.g., projects or action groups), that way, we can track these easily in the context view if they show up.
This will give people the ability to separate out projects from actions, hide the projects from certain context views (by putting the context on hold), separate out active projects from stalled projects in the context view (by assigning "review" or other context labels to stalled projects), etc. In other words, in LB, I used the outline view to plan my actions, but I've always used the todo view to act. In other words, during the day, my main view will be my context view (in OF terms), and I would never have to worry about anything falling through the cracks, missing, etc even though I never looked at my outline view in LB (e.g., Project view in OF). In OF, I have to keep going back and forth between two views during the day to ensure this did not happen.
So, hopefully, Omni folks are listening.