i know that i can do one myself - but. the point was that with a unified benchmark people with different hardware and software configurations can compare the results of the hardware they are running the benchmark on. in cluster configurations it can tell you if it does scale well or if you have to optimise the scene. ram impact an so on. not to mention - a widely spread unified benchmark will show preformance gains in yafray devellopment very well. ie - before 115,2 sec, after 87,5 etc. and lets say that on another configuration that optimisation didn’t fare as well - well then one can at least see it. i think it has more good points than bad at least.
the new (3.5) pov ray benchmark for instance - is very complex and uses several different techniques. and the reason for that is to squeeze the most out of the machine. a similair one cannot be that hard to work out. how about adding a fun twist to it - lets make it a contest