Well I could contribute with some more.
I asked the following Questions:
1.The Apostate archetype gets a Mesh Armour or a Flak Armour, but there is no armour that explicitly designated as such. What should he get?
2. The Renegade gets Weapon Training (SP) twice. Should he receive any other Weapon Training instead? He also gets Weapon Training (Heavy), but the Talent description is unclear regarding Weapon Training (Heavy). The Talent states that the Heretic can use all Weapon classes of the category he has selected. However no Heavy basic or pistol or throwing or melee weapons exist. Heavy heavy Weapons do not make sense either. Should he therefore learn to use all heavy weapons of every category instead? The Renegade also gets a Carapace Armour, which needs a narrower specification like the Mes h Armour of Flak Armour of the Apostate. Which is the right one?
3. The last paragraph under Psychic Strength states that if a psyker uses the push strength he rolls twice on the psychic phenomena Table and applies one or both results according to his nature as per table 6-1 Psychic Strength. However the table lacks any information on this topic, so how should I determine if I should apply one or both results?
4. I have a questions regarding attacking hordes in melee. The Book states that a Space Marine inflicts one hit per two Degrees of Success. Does this really only count for Chaos Space Marines? And if the Character has the talent swift attack does he inflict two hits per two Degrees of Success? With Lightning Attack one hit per Degree of Success with an additional hit per every two Degrees of Success?
The answers were:
1. He should get a Mesh Combat Cloak or Guard Flak Armour
2. The heavy weapon issue will be addressed in a forthcoming FAQ. He should receive Heavy Carapace.
3. This is a mistype that will be clarified in a forthcoming FAQ/Errata. You should use Table 6–1: Psychic Strength, as that information is accurate.
4. The GM's chapter about fighting Hordes with non-Chaos Space Marines handles rules for humans fighting Hordes. Humans can interact with Hordes very differently. As for Swift Attack and Lightning Attack when attacking Hordes, these do stack with the general Horde rules.
Both answered by Sam Stewart by the way.