Yes, we do, but better yet, what ideas do you have? After all, it's a safe bet that Linux wasn't/isn't a cakewalk all the time. So, what ideas would you like to see implemented? Personally, I'd like to see "small parts" assisted, like documentation for things that your average person is interested in, but isn't really touched on by your typical HOWTO.
This sounds irrelevant to what you're asking for, but a good programmer can build docs out of source code, something most people can't. After a while, you'll know exactly what Linux users need. Also, just skimming this site will give you a good idea of what people have trouble with. Just because your solution isn't "official" or perfect doesn't mean it isn't good enough.
From my point of view, I'd like to see more "home user" stuff. You know, samba setup programs that don't ask for domain names, hyper-permissions, and the like. Idiotic setup programs, lazy networking configs, etc. Bad as that may be, that would do wonders for Linux, at least in getting people used to it, until the other larger projects caught up.
Pretty much, if you can't click on it and make it work (and be secure) , it's not good enough. That should keep you busy for a while.