No, I will not re-think my position because I am different than you, I have a different perspective than you. My whole problem with these threads is that you feel the need to change what people want by altering the information they want to know by dragging topics out of bounds and onto different fairways.
My camera purchase criteria starts with sensor type. I'm not alone in that. Yours does not. Leave it alone!! I'm not missing your point at all. I just strongly disagree with your point and your point's motivation.
I never said my personal camera purchase criteria don't start with sensor type, that's an assumption on your part. For all you know, I might personally believe that a full frame sensor is exactly what I want, but too expensive (especially taken in context of need for longer lenses, etc., which equals more expense). Please don't read more into what I say than is there. If you look back through this thread you'll see that I'm perfectly willing to concede advantages to a full frame sensor/camera - I just try to place those advantages in an overall context rather than "absolutizing" them. I tend to think that we owe that to thread readers who aren't sure whether full frame or crop is right for them. Making blanket assertions that one or the other is "always" superior does them a disservice.