there are several ways to 'resolve' the issue- one of them being to not produce any DL discs anytime soon.
And if they pushed back the production of DL discs indefinitely- none of the exclusive studios would bolt. Its not about capacity, it's about copy protection. So unless Bds draconian levels of copy protection are tied in with a dual layer, most of these studios would probably breathe a sigh of relief at thought of not having to spend all that extra money producing material to fill up another layer.
so what if the competing format has oodles of extras and interactivity without breaking a sweat- that format is just a blip and will be buried by all the PS3s in the market.
problem? what problem?
I'm still waiting for someone to explain to me how they know these DL discs are actually fully functional if no drive yet can play them.