I've got no objection to a more-nearly-TPC-B script as an option.
Good, because adding a "per-spec" tpc-b as an additional builtin option is one of my intentions, once pgbench is capable of it.
But why do you feel the need to pull the default script out into a separate file? Seems to me that just adds maintenance complexity, and the need for pgbench to have a notion of a library directory, for little gain.
I tend to agree on this point. Now it could be possible to make pgbench look for "builtin" scripts in a predefined location so that they are found easilly, but I'm not sure there would be a significant added value wrt the current status.
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