Currently, .product-meta is displayed at the bottom of the page content. I'm refering to the part that displays the price and the "add to cart" button. These are extremely important page elements as a call-to-action, but MP, by default, displays it below the content. So, when the user starts adding product description and photos that very important page element gets moved farther and farther down the page.
I've got a client's site that I'm moving it up to display at the top of the page via CSS, but is this the best way? On a multisite, I don't want to go through and start editing dozens of themes (either template files or CSS) - is there a better way to force it to display above the content?
This is something I do think should be in the core. As I mentioned, in a commerce site, it is the single most important element on a product page, but having it after the content at the bottom, doesn't position it properly for best use.
If needed, I'll provide links to illustrate products that really suffer because of this.