What would be a good idea for future years, I think, is to have the round robin mean more. You should have to, basically, win your way out of the round robin, without issues of "seeding" after the round robin.
For exmaple... in D-I this year, there were eight groups of four teams, right? If you take the top two teams from each division, by record, after the round robin, you have 16 teams. Simply put those 16 teams in a bracket, having a first-place team play a second-place team in each first-round game, then continue down.
Having a committee seed teams opens up a lot of room for people to bicker about objectivity, or a lack thereof. Setting up a cut-and-dry "you win and you go here" system would alleviate that. Also, that allows teams to know when they might be playing much sooner.
Just an idea,