I agree with that. The one thing everyone seems to share is a desire to provide what we feel is best for our specimens. We often have strong feelings about our chosen methods and that makes for some good, passionate debate. I figure that as long as the keeper is this interested the animal will always do well despite any differences in specific practices. The only animals that we need to worry about, as I see it, are the neglected impulse purchase type. I think most people on this site take husbandry seriously and most likely have beautiful, healthy animals.
I feel a little light headed... maybe you should drive...