Yes, I sincerely hope and believe that automating the linking to DNA results in public databases (YSearch, MitoSearch, etc.) and making it easy to search and compare those results will be available soon. If WikiTree does not do it then others surely will.
I will use my father as an example of what WikiTree currently automates:
On the right side above Comments is a DNA section (ignore the left side for DNA Example).
What I'm suggesting to be automated on the profile of everyone who is on a DNA tested direct paternal or maternal line is something similar to what is at:
which would replace the DNA section.
The profile for Bert's father (Bennie Roberts http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Roberts-7102 ) would automatically have the same Y-DNA information but Bennie's mother's mtDNA information. One of the key points is being able to enter a YSearch or MitoSearch ID and automatically have public profiles along that direct line automatically link to results (of the tested descendant(s) in YSearch or MitoSearch or any other public database and being able to compare and search for matches.
I suggest the emphasis be placed on automated linking and comparing haploTYPES in public databases outside of WikiTree. I'm concerned that if we focused too much on haploGROUPS (R1b, R-L21, I1, I1a, I-Z59, etc) then many people would easily get confused as to who was related in a genealogical time frame. For example some might think R-L21 was different from R-M259 or R-S145 or R1b1a2a1a2c when in fact they are (currently) all labels for the same haplogroup subclade. Others might think because two direct paternal lines are both "R-L21" that they must share a direct paternal line ancestor in a genealogical time frame (which is not the case).
Most sincerely, Peter