SQL solutions are not available to the average user of RM, in fact I would believe they are the preserve of the few. Facebook and other forums often show users looking for a niche one time solution to a particular problem which would not warrant Rootsmagic development.
I have been trialling another genealogy software package which allows the use of user developed Plugins to be run from within the program. I would imagine just like any supplier of download material the developers would validate the user written Plugin before adding it to the Plugin Store hosted on their site.
Facilitating the use of Plugins to be run within Rootsmagic would seem to be the perfect solution to many particular and niche problems and open up the wealth of scripts from TomH and other users up to the masses towards improving their data. Obviously such procedures need to be accompanied with the required amount of warnings to back up data and ensure the Plugin has performed the expected task. Rootsmagic may have objections to this but my recently made acquaintances and research has shown great support for this facility which was introduced 4+ years ago in the other software.
Plugins can be downloaded directly from their Plugin store FREE or requested via the specific Plugin thread on their forum.