Yes, those were the modules I was seeing. My idea was that at first you get work suggestions to make you start, from easy to hard, the difficulty auto-progressing after a certain number of edits has been reached. After you "finish" the hard edits and hit, for example, 100 edit "tasks" completed in that difficulty, that module gets removed from the main view, maybe minimized to the side, and in its place you get information automatically about your work in wiki, similar to the impact module. For example, you may have stats for your overall contributions, the maintenance categories you have helped clean up (a very bad example just to send the point), etc.
I mean, the current interface works very well for newcomers, showcasing their impact for motivation, giving them tasks to do and providing easy ways to contact a mentor. But after a user gets past that phase, the whole page becomes more or less obsolete. I remember reading some days ago at Growth/Personalized first day/Newcomer homepage, that it will provide, among other things, a way for it to work as a "structured user page", a "profile", which was what really caught my interest. Only now I see that it is listed on "Future versions". I had missed that part and was expecting it to change according to my experience level after I had "proved it to it" by completing some tasks.
In my opinion the homepage feature is something that has been missing from Wikipedia for a long time, finally giving you the possibility of having "a profile", and it can have benefits past just helping newcomers, being utilized as a profile to auto-showcase the user's info, work and merits. This step can also suppress a bit the multiple fake account creation process by one user (we're not talking about anonymous accounts but accounts with names such as lkasjdfjkasd or vulgar terms) by bringing more integrity to the account itself, far past just "a red link with your name on it" as many user see it.