1b) The solar system has a quite modest range of 'gravity environments' (including "the 1/r field attenuation"), when compared with easily observed binaries. We have good observational data on binaries with nearly equal masses (and which masses may be much more than the Sun's, or much less, or anything in between); of somewhat unequal masses, and of very unequal masses. We have good observational data on binaries with degenerate stars (both white dwarfs and neutron stars), mainstream stars, and giants, and just about every mix. We have good observational data on binaries that are widely separated, not so widely separated, and so close they are in contact.
Given the size of the effects that you, Jerry Jensen, have claimed, using your idea, for solar system objects, I'm somewhat surprised that you seem to have neglected to study the likely effects of your ideas (gravity, density, mass, etc) on binaries. Could you please say a few words about what you expect those effects to be?