I think it is typical for hobbiest and other amateur enthusiasts to get ingrossed in details that don't have any particular importance to professionals in that field. I wonder if William Shatner ever bothered to look over the blueprints of the NCC-1701? Do studio executives who green light a film, concern themselves with the color gamma of the finished product? I think most people concern themselves with the information that it takes to do their job. Having four decades of experience in the film business gives you an advantage to better interface with more individuals in the business, and be able to discuss different aspects of the movies.