Understand the rollout phases, v 0.1 is essentially testnet on mainnet, it's a way of testing live alert and monitor systems before they even implement slashing. It's why they're only rolling out on 1 feed at first, it's just testing so they can gather feedback and improve details, etc. since it's testing by cl labs, it's only paid for by cl labs for the first few months of test rollout. Then as it's proven to be robust it'll progressively shift from 25m to 75m, and eventually the payout will be partially supplemented - and later on completely replaced - by user fees and the PGP fund instead of cl wallet emissions.
I would guess something like 5% for 25M 100% out of cl pockets for the first 3 months, then upgrading to 50M with 50% cl labs 50% PGP for the next 3 months, then 75M with user fees being added to the payouts, probably going from 1 feed to 3 or 5 in the first few months, then 5 to 15 after 6 months of robust testing etc with various adjustments along the way.
It's going to be a slow rollout so don't expect fireworks but it'll be steady and a year or two from now, it'll have matured to full scale without fanfare. And then ccip fees will become a serious game changer. The training wheels will be off.
There are so many moving parts to all of this that will become obvious in the coming months. Alerting, reputation, loss insurance, PGP, delegation, super linear model, neet nodes, applying staking to ccip which will require its own unique rules and will itself be released in various slow phases, and then even later nodes themselves leveraging ccip in a meta way to further optimize their revenues... Unironically a behemoth that will make layers 1 look like child play. Its going to be a wild fucking ride. They haven't been scaling to 1000 employees, mostly former fang execs, this year for nothing.