We get raked over hot coals for being inconsistent on the topic.
We've stuck to the same song this whole time: We say "There is no one imbalance, there are multiple issues", and then we talk about, say, low-peak imbalance and AOs, and then someone else comes along talking about north/south imbalance, and we have a different response to that.
It's like we mean what we say about multiple, separate issues and a lot of myth and perception fogging them all up into one "seeming" issue.
North/south imbalance, to us, is very different than low peak imbalance. So our responses on the two topics are different.
Imagine the following conversation:
A: Do you like to sit on concrete?
B: No. I think I'll go out side now.
A: You want to go outside to sit on the concrete!
B: No, I don't like sitting on concrete, besides, there's a bench, a chair and the lawn outside but no concrete
A: There is concrete!
B: No there isn't, I'm going to go sit on the lawn now.
A: Well I said there is concrete outside and he has gone outside to sit down. I told you all he likes to sit on concrete.
If you recall -back at the start I said "[and then we talk about] low-peak imbalance". I just totally don't get how someone can so singlemindedly block out the parts where we do talk about imbalances and instead claim we deny all existence of any kind of imbalance… *Sigh*