Your right ^
But the point he makes is totally valid. Everyone has a different value system. I saw a guy using an i7 CPU even though it was extreme overkill just because it's cheap relative to his value system, yet I see people struggle to afford an SSD or anything above a celeron too/
I don't think a product that is $10 more is "bad" I just think it's a bad value if it's not as good as the cheaper alternative. My value system says that the higher performance should cost more. If something is lower performance and costs more then it is "bad" to me.
I understand when a better product costs more, and why it costs more- But I never understand when a product costs more and is lower performance. That never makes sense to me. And it totally gets under my skin when someone uses the bully tactic of trying to pretend it's more reliable or somehow a better choice because of some impossible to prove or predict aspect like reliability. I'm always calling BS on that. If a product costs less, and performs more it's the right choice for me if it's a quality product and I have a reasonable expectation of reliability and warranty.
My way might not be right for everyone, but it is right for me.