Not entirely correct. You made the comment, "You can't let perfect be the enemy of better." This statement indicates that you are making the assumption that this will be better. You can't know that. That is a statement of fact. There is no way in the world that you can assume this is going to be better. The truth is that you don't know if it will be better for everybody or not. It may be better for a few but there is no way the outcome of this can be predicted for the whole. Are you saying that you do know, for a fact, that it will be better for all involved?