Ask him. In private.
No, I don't think I will. For a couple of reasons.
First, I know what it's like to see something that you've poured your heart and soul into, but are no longer involved with, degenerate over the course of time. It's not pleasant, nor is reflecting on it. I found peace knowing that regardless of the current state of things, no one can ever take away the work that I (we) did during our time. You kind of separate yourself from the current state of things; because it's no longer yours...in a sense, it's a foreign entity now. I can guess that Scott and team feel something similar. Maybe not.
Second, Scott is a busy man with a successful career and a family, and all the other things that go along with that. I'll not bother him with this. Additionally, I certainly wouldn't ask him for his "private" thoughts on things, nor would I expect him to give them. Private thoughts have a way of becoming public once vocalized, and generating unnecessary drama that makes the first sentence in this paragraph more difficult. I think if Scott had something he wanted to say, and felt it was the right time to say it, he'd have done so.
That being said, if the time comes where the Damages feel the need or desire to comment publicly on things, I'll gladly read it. Until then, I respect their privacy on the matter.
I'm not altogether on anyone's side, because no one is altogether on my side.