Oh dear, it isn't a personal argument but a debate as to what could cause drag; common on a forum. I'm simply putting an alternative argument to your opinion. Your posts haven't been deleted nor ignored, as everyone's opinion is valid. God, Messiah or forum runt.Not sure why you keep going on about this. I agree with what you are saying, but I need you to trust me that before I gave my opinion, I had shaved with this razor quite a few times (20?) and I think I know what I am doing given that I am getting pure BBS, zero irritation and no weepers. If I was some noobie nozzle, the end result would look a lot different (it did years ago when I started DE shaving). I realize you are the senior member here but that doesn't turn me into an idiot by default when it comes to shaving with a DE. But whatever...I guess since you are a forum God and I am a mere forum peasant, that means only your experience is valid.
If a newbie or otherwise hasn't been using the right pressure for example; moving to a sharper blade could result in a worse shave. That is all I'm considering. If I were to partially pull apart your argument, I don't agree that a razor can start with 100% drag; it wouldn't move on the face. I don't agree that a change to a Nacet would be worthwhile as 75% drag would still be largely uncomfortable. And I don't agree that after 20 or so uses the high wearing finish would be reduced the a polsihed comparison, reducing drag by approx 50%.
I'm happy to leave it at your opinion, but to be fair then please appreciate mine, based on fact.