The issue is really "what is the best way to create a Mother of All Genealogy Family Trees" (MOAGFT) in which everybody (billions of persons throughout history!) has an individual page. From several sources, I know that LDS FamilySearch Labs is really struggling to make this happen in New FamilySearch.
What are the other major genealogy data providers and family tree purveyors doing? I think that they are all trying really hard to figure out how to create the MOAGFT. There are some clues on some of the web sites.
www.Ancestry.com has "People" pages in their Public and Private Member Trees databases. Each person in a member's database has a page with Facts, Family Members, Images, Notes, etc. The user can attach images through an upload from their computer or by finding record images in Ancestry databases. Here's a view of my father's entry in the Ancestry Member Tree:
When I was in Provo in January, there was a good conversation about Individual Pages - see it in Day 2 in SLC - A Visit to TGN - Part 3.