1) Yes that's right ... if EVERYONE made a change to their Litecoin, but ...
Seriously, making a change to your litecoind because some random person posted a comment in a thread here is a REALLY bad idea.
I don't expect people to make changes blindly. The more people who look at the change and post what they think about it the better.
Yes it is easy to see what it does, but have you considered the possible problems?
As an example: are there any problems with a fork caused by these transactions getting into the block-chain and you rejecting those blocks?
Or worse? Are you suddenly going to be outcast from the block-chain by your litecoind?
Wow, you're really pouring on the FUD. Yes, it is easy to see what it does. Litecoin behaves the same way as bitcoin when faced with transactions with too small a fee, it doesn't broadcast the transactions to peers, it doesn't insert them into a block if it is mining. It does keep them and if a block shows up with them in it it will accept the block.
So no, there aren't any forking issues, I'm not rejecting those blocks, and I'm not going to be an outcast from the block chain.
2) As for the actual micro transactions:
Well who cares?
Do you seriously think that litecoin is unable to handle a lot more transactions that it currently handles?
Several sites seem to have had problems with this torrent of transactions, maybe it was insufficient hardware, maybe it was something else. Everyone should think about the value they get out of a block chain and its cost to them. Since litecoin is very new, the value it provides is still low so if they have to have more powerful machines and dedicate more disk space to it some people will decide it isn't worth it. Years from now, if litecoin proves to be durable this volume of transactions won't be an issue since the value people get from litecoin will be higher. Today, it is an issue.
I know these points are moot since coblee has released an updated client, but I wanted to address your issues.