I don’t respect your opinion. I respect you as a person, but your opinion is in error in many ways. As just one example, you have many “beliefs” about MQA that are contradicted by the facts - both on a technical level, and on a market level (e.g. around the history of formats/standards since the dawn of digital, and the explicit desires/goals of the labels and other players in the industry). You keep asking for others “respect my right to hold a different opinion”. We do (and even if we did not, it would not matter), but that does not mean we respect the opinion itself. Some opinions are in error, and not worth having.
Here is what I think happened: many music lovers and "audiophiles" piled onto the MQA band wagon early on. Why not, do not all the smart people at audiophile trade publications say it is "the birth of a new world”, it must be so. Most said they could "hear" an obvious positive difference. Then reality set it. After some sleuthing by technically capable music lovers (and NOT the so called audiophile "press") it turns out that almost none of the very overstated marketing points from MQA are even true. A few turn out to be half true.
Now what? Well, almost everybody has egg on their face. People do what people do, and continue to say all sorts of things, such as "but but but, I like what I hear" and "you have your opinion and I have mine", but it does not really make any sense - there is nothing in MQA that would justify any of these opinions.
Of course, the "debate" will continue, but like many "debates" this one is not worth having. On the point of this thread, here is the hard truth: MQA is not hi res.