I think it's more due to the fact that the DSS are so old, moving them about all the time is very, very dangerous, so once they've been moved once, they basically have to stay there.
In most Museums where they have scraps from the DSS, they actually keep them in rooms that've been tuned to the exact same temperature and lighting conditions that they were found in the Qumran Caves. They obviously managed to stay put for so long without being disturbed or becoming completely damaged, so the caves really were the most perfect hiding spot for them, so Museums are making sure they stay that way.
And having taken over four years to translate just the Renewed Covenant Writings, I can fully sympathise with what a massive task it is, even for a group of people, to carefully look at, transcribe, and translate the works of the DSS.
Not to mention the fact that different people have access to different manuscripts at different times. Probably have to wait a few months before you can get onto the next verse!
And yes, I hope this place is as open to questions and idea expression as much as is humanly possible. Glad it's already having such an effect
And Rob is right - a simple lexicon will be better than 20 English Bible translations, even if a Lexicon isn't as perfect as one would hope