Thanks for the updated post. I had a suggestion/request based on everything site owners keep mentioning on this thread:
Could Google please update the panda algorithm to be page-wide only (as opposed to being domain-wide)? If updated this way, then webmasters would quickly be able to discern which pages Google deems low-quality versus high-quality. This in turn, would allow webmasters to remove all low-quality pages quickly and effectively, and cause a webmaster-generated cleaning of the web of the many low-quality pages Google is trying hard to filter from its results. Behaving as a page-wide algorithm, communication and clarity would improve dramatically between Google and webmasters, as well as help remove any collateral damage done where high-quality content has erroneously taken a hit.
As of now, there is mass confusion due to the current state of this algorithm. Since entire domains have been affected as opposed to individual pages, it's nearly impossible for webmasters to determine their low-quality content from their high-quality content with any conviction.
Webmasters are indeed eager to throw out their low-quality pages if they only knew the pages Google is rating as low. The domain-wide behavior of the algorithm is preventing the much-needed clarity so many webmasters are gasping for at this point. With many hard-working businesses now in jeopardy due to the recent substantial drops in rankings, please strongly consider this sincere request.