I meant that more for the XMR community, instead of criticizing you, they should be addressing the valid concerns you raised.
Agree. XMR is great. I don't even "dislike" it. When privacy is priority, it's a great option to have. It's just a different set of tradeoffs that's competing for a different kind of use case.
We lean the same way. It’s each tool for its purpose.
What about my analysis of pros and cons was dishonest?