NASA released the aforementioned report today through the Johnson Space Center. It can be found here:
Although it is highly unlikely that the particular circumstances of this accident were survivable, I was especially surprised that the crew was supposed to perform entry not only with visors up, as keeping them down "results in high oxygen concentrations in the cabin," but were also allowed to proceed without gloves and even helmets. The result was that they were immediately knocked unconscious from cabin depressurization following the orbiter's break-up (maybe a blessing in disguise).
I understand one can never predict all contingencies that can arise in something as complex as space flight, but there must be other scenarios where such a sudden loss of cabin pressure was expected. And in view of Soyuz 11's fatal mishap, it makes you wonder why they had these SOPs in place.
Also, their parachutes could only be manually deployed. I know the likely scenario for their use was after egress through the escape pole, but I can't understand why a barometric deployment system wasn't included. Maybe it's explained deep in the 400-page report and I've just made it pass the executive summary.