Okay I'll admit I have only skimmed through this at the moment, but my view as someone who doesn't mind paying the license fee is;
I do not expect the BBC to produce a show every day for me watch and enjoy, off the top of my head, my favourite BBC shows are F1 Grand Prix, The Musketeers, New Tricks, Peter Kay Car Share, Jools Holland, any of the Simon Reeve(?) travel documentaries, Coast and in the past they have brought us Seinfeld and The Wire and the Simpsons, then there is Radio 2 and 6Music.
Not a huge number of shows, but pretty good value for money I think.
Moving to a subscription service would in theory force the BBC to produce high quality out put, but would I think lead to less people subscribing as and when they needed to tighten their belts for whatever reason.
Introducing the payment through a tax would just lead to the government being able to have more control over the BBC budget, they are hardly independant as it is, this would only make it worse.
Having a license tied to income just seems unfair on those who earn more and is only going to piss off high income workers.
If anything I'd prefer to see even more distance between the government and the BBC.
For the record I am white, 37, male, earning 20k.