sean great take; thor, too. i wish more of that would have been written about earlier, hopefully we can use some of that to dig deeper for the next round.
it seems pretty clear there are two ways of being in the film - the het and monied way against the queer and homeless/outcast way.
I think the films portrays a greater spread of options than just this simple dichotomy. What of Hans and his part in part in both worlds or the time in the Italian countryside where Scotty finds love without money and a place and person of comfort on the other side of the world. The films shows a gaggle of wanderers true but there are many reasons behind their movements.
of course the film is not absolutely dichotomous, but those are the tensions. you are right in pointing out hans as a "solution" to the problem - a fantastic character, brilliantly played. bullshit on scotty finding love without money, he has money. even if it isn't currently in his bank account, it is less than a week from being there, but more importantly, he is of money and privilege. i think his denial of two men being unable to love one another is a crucial detail. his (impending) wealth and status are what define him. he admits that he chose to live queerly so that his father would be more impressed when he changed - he used bob's band for poverty tourism/imperial plunder/etc.
em, i wouldn't worry about being disappointed by MOPI