I thought about this for a minutes and I also think this would be great. I can seem myself creating several master folders at the draft level then creating several different versions of a manuscript. Print each out, submit them to my home editors (the Mrs and little ones) and see which one “sticks”. Then simply delete all the teflon versions. This would require that all visible doc binder are pointers to a real doc on disk and once the last pointer is deleted the real doc can be trashed.
I realized I should explain this further, because add is it begs the question “why do you have to write things in the order you display them?”
You don’t, of course, but you might want to display them in an order differently from how they are organized, if only to see how something looks. If you have a story that has three narrative threads in it, you might want to organize them for writing as three distinct paths, but experiment with order by creating aliases, moving the aliases around, and then “Edit Scrivenings” them in the test order. Easier than actually moving them temporarily.
I’d expect you to be able to do the same thing when compiling the draft.