@elixirgraphics hope you are beginning to get back to normal after Irma. Also, I hope this is all coming across as useful feedback and not complaining and something to consider when things have settled down.
The basic Foundry Form is a good, one size fits all, easy to use solution, but FormsPro is sort of the same thing with the ability to add more fields, but still in a rigid format with little flexibility.
There are other 3rd party form solutions, and IMHO, Forms Plus is the best solution but is overkill for these type of simple forms and therefore, often not a solution for simple forms. Similarly Siphon is overkill.
FormLoom3 has been suggested as a solution, but AFAIK, it adds Bootstrap3 and FontAwesome 4.5 CSS and there is no indication on the YabDab site that it works with Foundry other than a refund warning to check with your theme developer. These are alarm bells, but maybe someone else can comment on whether adding Formloom to Foundry would be acceptable
So there remains an unfulfilled requirement in Foundry for basic field selection and field display with just email support, i.e. database insertion not required. To be clear here, the current FormsPro but with additional check boxes to include what you want displayed and verified and then an email function with all fields comma separated in the email. As the FormsPro is tantalisingly close to this, this would seem to be the perfect solution with some of these suggestions included in future updates.
Over the years I have been asked to create so many different versions of email forms and this can be a potential showstopper when a customer requests that you add what should be a simple form and you can’t because your framework doesn’t allow it.
Hoping this makes it into the stuff to consider in the future.