That's it right there. Its illogical to take the new definition of a word and impose it on an older usage. We wouldn't impute homosexuality on someone based on their statement that 'those two men were gay' in the early 1900s as the meaning of the word changed. Moreover, aamis have way more access to information and misinformation. So if they can trek through the mountains of falsehood that dot the internet, they would still have to understand how to separate the strong opinions from the weak, and the weak from the shadh. Intellectually, perhaps they are capable of it. In terms of motivation, many are looking for ease for ease's sake. Agreed. I've spoken to individuals who are more capable than myself about this who are students are knowledge. It's the middle between books written for specialists and books written for complete beginners. Intellectually stimulating yet accessible. Interestingly I was in a bookshop today and came across a series of books that had a concept I think we should look into: 'How Madhhabs Work' or similar titles would be great for illustrating to aamis why we have the system we do and he dangers of trying to away with the inbuilt protections.