I appreciate the comment but I think you are severely over-analysing this. Most of what you say doesn't really make any sense scientifically. To say that kneeling squats have an infallible effect on improving squats is over-stating things a bit. There is also no appreciable microtrauma occurring in the quads as they are not playing a large role here. Even if a lot of such damage did occur, your assumption that this would have a direct effect on squat strength is not supportable. Also, I think you misunderstand the role of actin myosin crossover in muscle contraction, and what its limits are, and what muscle growth has to do with this.
The ability to do a full ROM squat without a butt wink is not that hard to achieve and most can do so within several weeks, without a butt wink, with degrees of knee flexion well beyond 90 degrees. You also write as if it is common for people to pass out from heavy loaded squats. It is not. All in all, it sounds like you need to develop more of a foundation in anatomy and kinesiology before you start analyzing strength training exercises and trying to predict their effect on the body and the other lifts. I would not recommend for anyone to treat kneeling squats as if they were superior to any kind of full, loaded squat.
I do appreciate the enthusiasm for the exercise, but I need maintain the integrity of the information on this site so I would be remiss if I did not reply to your claims about the lift.