Recently I have revisited (vixra) the idea of building the needed scalar fields of a supersymmetric theory as composites of the fermionic sector. I made no claims about the fermionic sector itself: it could be truly elementary, it could be a composite of the bosonic sector, or of itself, or of a more fundamental theory. For instance, an open superstring theory with Chen-Paton factors labeling the end of strings could be said to be a theory of supersymmety between two composite sectors.
So the question is, under what conditions can the scalar sector be composite? Can the fermionic sector still be elementary, or is it forced to become composite too?
Is it possible for one sector to be composite of the other, or must the subcomponents be essentially new objects?