Yes, although since I live in a red state it won't affect the outcome. I also am not a CP member, although I frequently vote for them in the actual election.
It would be very nice if the primary election occurred like the general election. Pick a day, and everybody votes for their party's candidate slates. When the day is over and the votes are tallied country wide, you have your slate of candidates for the general election.
I, and a huge block of Americans, are tired of not really having a say in who actually represents the party we belong to since many good people are forced to drop out before the primaries even occur in our states, skewing the race to the best funded people. Look where that got the R/D parties this year.
Skip the conventions. Nobody cares about the "platform" garbage except the elite party poo-bahs who attend. It isn't like they are going to follow those scripts anyway. Let the primary votes each candidate gets on a given day country wide be the deciding factor and not some back door caucus or super delegate influenced wink wink nod nod pile of crap.
Then take care of the constitutional electoral party and let the general election results country wide be sufficient. Yes, the existing systems have survived for a couple of hundred years. No reason we can't move forward just a bit. We still aren't riding horses and buggies - well - at least most of us aren't. Let's move forward in this aspect of our government as well.