And that's fine, at the end of the day it all comes down to individuals riding styles and what you want out of your bike and riding experience.The problem is that when tire pressure recommendations are explained in plain terms, it goes right over some people's heads and the some people won't be swayed from their original ignorant question... All done with this thread now.
For many years and numerous bikes I never touched suspension settings or varied tire pressure. I adapted to the bike. Once I decided to actually learn and understand the variables involved and how to make the bike better for me I now realize how my lack of knowledge, willingness to learn, and trial and error has hampered my improvement in skill level and overall experience on a sport bike.
There is a saying, I believe from one of the suspension "gurus" or rider class instructors that goes something like this: the best you have ever rode is the best you know. That's not the exact saying but you get the point. The saying went over my head until I started understanding settings and changing them to work for me. It makes complete sense now.