Love the hymns, but I just do not see the overlap between evolutionary theory and ID.
The idea of “poofing” incorporates intelligence and design, and so YEC falls in the ID big tent. But a significant portion of ID proponents maintain that they support a somewhat conventional notion of the age of the earth and common descent. There is good paleontological and biological evidence for the paths of fish to amphibians, terrestrial to whales, dinosaurs to birds - you will be familiar with these and others. Now evolutionary biologists spend their time probing how this could come about, looking past the fact, if you will, of it happening, to explaining the process by which it happened. The how is the interesting part.
Everything I have read at Discovery Institute seems dedicated to the dismissal of any natural evolutionary process. I cannot recall seeing an allowance that any macro-evolutionary processes have any validity whatsoever, and the line drawn between micro and macro evolution seems all over the map and dictated by the need of the moment. This is not surprising, as once you allow the process, you allow that the thing could happen “on its own”. So when ID proponents affirm common descent, they share the language but not the meaning as understood by mainstream biologists. What does ID mean by common descent anyways? That genes are progressively “poofed” every thousand years or so instead of instantaneous entire creatures? Is there a process involved at all? One never gets a straight up answer. These are questions that completely separate ID research and evolutionary biologists, and I do not think there is any feeling of being at home with the other camp.