Each of us judges the world and others by our own experiences. I don't argue with folks. I just state my viewpoint and then move on.
I've been flying R/C and model airplanes in general for a long, long time. I have decades of experiences. Does that make me correct? Not at all. I've seen some real goof balls that had decades of experience and I've had to argue with them back when I was in club politics and either club president or on the board of directors. Their reasoning was often flawed, costing their student pilots money that truly did not need to be spent. Many times their suggestions for rules were absolutely ridiculous to most folks. But they had the right to be heard and their suggestions taken seriously. Others dismissed such folks out of hand. They never had their say, which I thought was wrong.
Ever run into folks that will only fly plain bearing engines? I have. Or folks that will not own a computer radio? I have. How about folks that will never buy anything that is new? If they could find a way to buy used fuel, they would!
It takes all kinds to make a world. I have always fought for folks to have the right to be different, as long as they were reasonably safe. I'm not putting anyone down now for their behavior of choice. I kind of visit different areas of interest and different modeling philosophies quite often. One side of me loves classic pattern. Another side of me is an ardent Telemaster fan. I even own a few helicopters and RTF electric models. I'm on a giant scale kick at the moment. Who knows what I'll be into next week? I don't.
The fact that you disagree with me is fine. I do appreciate you presenting your point of view, even when it disagrees with mine. We put the info, our opinions, out there for the readers to evaluate. That is as it should be.