I just realized right now, that when creating different brushes with different feels to them, altering the stabilizer settings could be part of the process. We think of the stabilizer as a global setting that we set and then forget, but there is potential in thinking of it as a property we can change to get different effects.
For example, a brush meant to create smooth dynamic lines can benefit from a higher stabilizer setting, while for creating an ink pen for the type of loose sketching where the little shakes and unevenness in line contribute to the feel I would want to keep the stabilizer much lower, or turn it off altogether.
So the idea is simple: Add a stabilizer property to brush presets. If the property is enabled, you can define custom stabilizer settings that override the global when you use this brush. If disabled, the global stabilizer settings apply.
And this shouldn’t be too hard to implement since the stabilizer functionality already exists, we just need to temporarily override its settings on demand.