From what you are describing, this would be something along the lines of a Research Notes Box:
Research Note Boxes highlight important information about the current state of genealogical research related to the person or WikiTree-specific work that needs to be done on the profile.
Based on the qualifications for Research Note Boxes, I would say this is not likely to be approved, since:
They are for information that's deemed so important that anyone who sees the profile should see the research note, even if the viewing user is not a WikiTree member.
Research Note Boxes should be reserved for highlighting estimated or speculative information, not for information that is uncertain or unproven.
So, I would suggest looking at other areas of displaying this information/question on a profile:
If the research note is primarily of interest to WikiTree members who are working on the profile, a public comment on the profile and/or in the Research Notes section of the narrative is sufficient. Note that maintenance categories can be used without Research Note Boxes.
So I would suggest one of the following:
- Leave a comment on the profile that those "juicy details" are needed;
- Add a ==Research Notes== section on the profile explaining what is so "juicy" that needs to be researched or investigated; or
- Identify and manually use a Maintenance Category for the profile (i.e., Needs More Records, Needs More Research, etc.).
If it were me, I would use a combination of #2 & 3, adding a Maintenance Category and a ==Research Notes== comment on what information specifically is needed.