I'm a musician. There are times I want to learn a lick or phrase or cover a song. I don't want to approximately play the part. I want to nail it. It can be a real struggle. I may only be able to play a hand full of notes in the proper sequence and meter after many hours of practice. It can take weeks, even months of dedicated practice to get some parts down but once I have them, they're mine.
I'm only saying this in reference to what you posted the first time and I'm not intending to start a war. Hoping to make a somewhat coherent analogy.
I'm also a musician, albeit part time. I'm sure you're aware there is a large group of people who would say "if you cover music you're not a musician. It doesn't matter if you hit that solo note for note, you need to come up with your own sound, make it unique and pay your dues."
It's all hogwash. Whether I'm playing an original on stage or a cover, I'm a musician. People don't want to hear originals, they want the covers. Doesn't make me any less of a singer or player.
Similarly, I've never hand cut anything and have no intentions of doing such as I simply don't have the patience or the desire to learn. I want it now dammit and I want it to look as polished and perfect as possible. When I make a mistake chiseling out something and now there's an extra gap, I don't think "it's ok, I'm paying my dues", I think "UGHHHHHHH, next time I'm hitting that with a router."
That's not to say I can't look at a piece that someone hand cut and appreciate it, it's just not for me to embark on... at this point in my woodworking life.