I submit that it would be a useful ammendment to add the -Detailed and -Examples Get-help topics directly into the commandlettes themselves. I think this would save unnecessary keystrokes as users encounter commands, and could completely remove the need for the get-help command entirely (perhaps). Here is an example of a useage scenario:
User is trying to determine how to recursively search for files in a directory and needs to reference help. Rather than clear out a long string, the user could append -Detailed, -Help, or -Examples to their command. I have thought of two possible behaviors for the command from here, which I will include for discussion.
1.) Appending -Detailed to a commandline will display the (Get-Help Commandlette -Detailed) information about only the parameters the user has typed thus far.
2.) Appending -Detailed to a commandline will display all of the available help for that commandlette
This sort of behavior would also empower new usage scenarios. For instance, if a user is having an issue with a commandlette, appending -Help could grow into a sort of Parameter or Type-Checking autocorrect. I forsee this as being a potential boon to Powershell users.