I don't think it will help much. It doesn't take into account the different things a skilled attacker might try. If someone isn't trying to double-spend, or is trying with a "cheap shot" method a couple seconds later, demonstrating that the first spend succeeds virtually all of the time doesn't prove anything useful. It would be like trying to prove that a padlock is secure against skilled locksmiths by having you and all of your friends try to pick it and concluding it is secure because none of you succeeded.
I don't really understand what you're saying here. The bitcoin honeypot would be open to 'skilled locksmiths' as well as friends. If there is an outstanding bounty of, say, 50 BTC for a 1-minute delay then it does at least say that as a merchant you're pretty safe accepting 1-minute confirms in the same manner as the honeypot. You could also think of it like a bug-bounty.