Still think cadets should be paying 100K for an ATPL rather than an MPL?
I don't think cadets will be inclined to self sponsor for an MPL Course, because without a job, its of no use for anything. Its very much tailored towards sponsored candidates with a job at the end of it.
As the MPL course is in its infancy, it will take some time to see if its fit for purpose. It gives more training time relevant to the aircraft they will be flying, but with only a glorified PPL to start the process, many basic skills will be absent.
EASA will ensure that very few new instructors qualify as IRIs on financial grounds alone, leaving IR instruction to those with airline experience. These instructors may well be more suited and inclined to teach for the MPL making that the default Integrated route. What is not clear is how MPL instructors will retain their flying qualifications. As none of the basic course is conducted in aeroplanes, ATOs will need a large fleet of twins just for staff continuation training?