Not sure this would be a wanted feature by the repo owner, but i recently had an issue where i needed to use TweenMax.set() at a specific scroll location. However because you can't call .pause() on the tween set method (since its immediate), i had to use the .to() method with a very short duration.
If this is of interest to the repo owner, i can do it "properly" (or the best i can) and make a pull request, if not i'll just hack it together just enough to fit my needs...
So, if someone (i.e. the repo owner) could maybe say whether it's something you'd consider appropriate, i can work on that.
thanks for your offer.
This is something that is implemented in ScrollMagic (the future version of Superscrollorama) and would be a too big change in the behaviour of Superscrollorama. That is why we will not implement it, as it can also be achived using your "hacky" solution with the very short duration.