When a Mint user downloads the 64-bit Chrome browser, Flash doesn't just work. The person has to go through several steps to make Flash work.
If someone installs the regular version of Mint (the with-codec version), the user could listen to MP3s and watch DVDs, without having to install codecs). In keeping with making Mint work as simply as possible, may I suggest somehow making Flash just work if the user chooses to install 64-bit Chrome.
If you respond, "Well, that's impossible," may I suggest having 64-bit Chrome installed by default on 64-bit Mint with the Flash player just working then?
This suggestion is inspired by viewtopic.php?f=90&t=103664&p=587124
This suggestion has been added to the Idea Pool: http://community.linuxmint.com/idea/view/2788