If you're still hung about that discussion, then let me rephrase my whole stance on that matter. There's more to judging performance than whether a product has a specific part over the other (i.e. product A has dram, and product B does not). It is more important to objectively look at graphs and charts that are created through normalized tests to determine if the performance of the product is worth the asking price of the item.Everyone makes mistakes or misses things from time to time. But when the opportunity presents itself to inform others, your approach is sometimes quite ineffective. For example, 10 months ago I broached the subject of DRAM-less SSDs; the brazenness of your responses in that thread accomplished nothing but dissension. You should consider the fact that talking to people in different manners yields varying responses. Your goal in this forum shouldn't be to run people over and you could have handled this thread in an entirely different way.
On a side note, I'm not trying to run people over, but it is too common of a sight to see people use marketing jargon and phrases instead of using objective data sets to base their opinions on or write in a matter of a neutral position and people take things way too personal when I challenge their statement. A simple clarification backed by credible/reputable information would have ended my doubts on the matter.
My reason to why I think it's a beginner's guide is because it's not super technical and I would say doesn't touch/mention on the more indepth ideas, or even just provide other readings to go beyond what this guide covers. The word "beginner's" is not to describe a new person just starting to understand the topic, but more like the "start" of the topic of SSDs.