I don't disagree that the 90% number is a totally unfounded assertion. But unless you've done some market research you haven't mentioned, you can't produce a number with any more foundation. Neither can I. If all posts have to be backed up by hard data, hardly anyone on this forum can say anything at all.So, the point wasn't snark. The point was to literally question the use of personal experience as a measure.
And here, you whip out a 90% number out of nowhere, as if that number is meaningful, or indicative, or anything other than an unfounded assertion.
So what's that leave? Personal experience. It's the only thing any of us can bring to the table in this discussion. I can't say what the market prefers or what the general experience is--but I can say what I prefer, based on my experiences. And that's what I did say (and made a point of explicitly limiting my statements to that).