Hey it's fine as long as you accept and admit the bias and where it comes from. It's the people who don't/won't that end up leading a lot of people astray. It's like the ultra and super magnum craze hit a whole lot of people wasted a ton of money buying and building boomers only to find out after a handful of shots they simply could not stand the recoil. They had been convinced mostly by a handful of internet experts that it really wouldn't bother them and would make them long range shooters right out of the box. I'd rather leave the bias out of it, tell people straight up what, why, and how, warn them when needed about things like recoil and refer them to recoil calculators and Len's spread sheets and encourage them to find someone with a similar rig to that they are considering and see if they'll let the prospective buyer/builder take a few shots to see how they like it. Whether it's about comfort, style, recoil, or the "perfect caliber for XYZ" I just feel like we owe it to others to be as straight as possible leaving the bias out to the greatest extent possible or by being honest about it and telling them where it comes from and why.