completly missing the point aren't we? the claim about options being detrimental in this case was not about you but at the general perception.Well, I haven’t been disappointed except for one game (ME3) and that was on performance so your point is mute because I have been very satisfied as a customer with my options. Also, I have rarely played a console game where fidelity or performance was "perfection" with just one option. One or the other will always be sacrificed to some degree, so having the option to choose what I want to sacrifice is a big win IMO.
You made a general claim which i contested and then you come and say that it's not true for you, who cares about you dude? I don't care what you like or not personally, i was only talknig about your general estatement that options are always better which is clearly not the case for either everyone or every situation.