Curious, I heard that there's plugins to profile activate plugins as asked here. So that instead of users needing sites to have plugins activated on, it can be activated on the main one and they can still use all their own settings. I'm sure the yes response to this was a misunderstanding. Most plugins so far don't seem equipped for profile activation because of instances like there can only be one output overall and not individual output. For example , activating a cms plugin on the main site won't allow all users to enter their own data and use as if it were on their own site.
Is there really something such as profile activation different from allowing certain users rights to utilize certain plugins? If this is possible I guess it has to allow authors for plugin settings and configs and then allow short codes for multiple pages with page author settings (as seen in wp-resume) .
For clarification, if users could have access to their own cms, calendar, booking, slideshow, and showing posts they authored on their own page, it would be another option to mu just for users.
(Sounds similar to the way BP plugins work I guess)