I understand your post. You do not sound arrogant and your English is very good. However, just because there is more blade "showing" does not mean that the user has more slicing options. Indeed, on these type of razors, there is exponentially more room for user error, because maintaining the angle is more difficult, with mistakes leading to blood and/or irritation; whereas if I lose the angle on my Feather AS-D2, I don't draw blood, I just fail to remove hair. I guess you could make the argument that one can "scrape" the hairs off of the face, but aren't we all striving for the best and most efficient angle to smoothly remove hair and cause as little damage to the epidermis as possible? I am picking nits, admittedly. I am just of the opinion that blade expose has very little to do with achieving a BBS shave. I completely agree with you that there are those out there that use the excuse "this razor is just too mild" as justification for poor shaves.