No, I get it. And as I said in my response, comments are not to dissuade (not that I'd be so arrogant to think they would ) your trying of toys. Of course the feel of a piece is important and will be different between varying designs.I am not arguing or defending your point or Colin's. Every human being is watching a different movie, and that never changes. It is the way we're built. We each experience a different set of "realities". And then there are exceptions that sometimes prove the rule.
I guess my 'reality' is that I've "progressed" from a 4C, to a Kanee, to a PPT. The move from the 4C (after about a Year of playing) was simply because it wouldn't take enough air for playing over a noisy band. The Kanee (used for about 8 Months) was much better but lacked a bit of 'cut'. The PPT (played for about a Year and still using) pretty much suits all of my needs although actually, I'm not playing live at the moment. During those periods of time I just used the one mouthpiece exclusively, so I guess you can call me a serial mouthpiece monogamist