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Thank you for the input and taking the time to reply. I must point out the very aim is simplification. A complex machine such as a printer or a car is comprised of multiple parts. A good mechanic understands the function of each part and therefore understands how the machine reacts when there is a problem. Merely knowing a overall idea of what a car is would be insufficient. The very idea is to carve away at a problem piece by piece to understand its source(s). It is a tool, a means to an end, not the entire tool box. Also, this tool is generally designed to be used by individuals who understand the subject that they are using it to analyse. Therefore I believe the tool to be accurate when comparing two ideas, sentiments or leanings side by side. Understanding, even in part can assist in listening, listening in turn to deeper understanding, which may (or may not) lead to problem solutions. Thank you again!