I’ve thought about this actually. There’s over 2,208 ways to tell the story, but eventually, we will run out of new things to find out. It’s sad haha.
Interestingly out of the 712 survivors (or there about) what number of them do we know of their accounts of the voyage and sinking?
Many of the 3rd Class Passengers were just allowed to walk off and be treated, and they could tell us more than we know like the possible heating problem*.
*Shelley' irritation at the heating and cabins (in my opinion) was focused on heavy in "On A Sea Of Glass"