The obvious answer to your problem isn't obvious yet, but once someone finds it, it will be.
That's the way obvious answers work. They're not obvious because they're easy to find, they're obvious because, in fact, there's an answer.
Most problems don't have obvious answers, which is why you should demote them from the list of things worth obsessing over. Gravity, for example, is a problem with no obvious answer. You're never going to be able to fly like Superman, and the sooner you let that one go, the quicker you'll be able to work on something productive.