^ It's not trolling to disagree. Realize that.
He did not post "another defective AC Delco part", he posted a topic about a random part that was installed and didn't fail after only 4 years, which is the normal way it works with any repair for that length of time.
No I don't work for ACDelco. How did you even make that leap? ACDelco is towards the bottom of the aftermarket 1st tier I'd choose, unless it was a GM vehicle which is a brand ownership I Just Don't Do (lol). You "seem" to have a lot more imagination going on than is appropriate when it comes back to what I'd already stated, that there isn't a lot of purpose to a point of data about a part that doesn't fail prematurely, that it's the normal thing that happens.
If you find great value in this topic, great, but to me, it didn't have a use.
Trying to be a drama queen about "feeding the troll", is far reaching at best. If someone wants to state "hey that's great info", it's equally fair to state "hey that's useless info", if that is the situation.
Why does it bother you so much? If you found the info useful, nothing I state takes away from that, right? If you can use that single point of data to your benefit, that's a good thing. I am also, only one point of data
This all feels like a big social experiment in embracing and defending OCD. Things I repair that keep working, I don't give another moment's thought, because that's kind of the point.