Whether my view is economical or not is not important, the important thing is my approach is practical / flexible and helps me a lot in my daily work. I do not know much about your DBGhost but I may take a look sometime when I have time and discuss with you later. But if you really think my view is not important, let me tell you I am not the original creator but my clients are. To me, there is nothing uneconomical in the requirements from customers.
On the other hand, after reading your PDF document, I would say probably you do not understand my article fully. If you know how important it is to be able to customize a migration protocol to fit various scenarios / requirements, you may consider to make some improvements to your DBGhost in future.
BTW, I welcome constructive suggestions and discussions but do not expect to hear the words in the tone of teaching a pupil, such as
"Learn & try, a closed mind is a useful as a dead one in a ever expanding stage..."