I'm addressing one point at a time so I don't make a mega-post. How could you possibly deduce this? You know nothing about me or the quality of my shaves.
I didn't buy shaving stuff. I bought daily irritation-free and blood-free DFS shaves in under 10 minutes including the time for preparation and cleanup. I don't stretch my skin to get a BBS because I don't feel like getting ingrown whiskers. It turned out my initial choices were almost flawless, so I didn't waste much money purchasing things I don't need.
What you should deduce is I believe quality shaves are a result of outstanding preparation, flawless and mindful technique while shaving, and avoiding stupid mistakes that draw blood. You can't throw money at deficiencies in these areas and hope to solve them.
You should deduce that I've spent the time to learn how to achieve my goals without expensive shaving stuff. There is no benefit I could buy that I don't already have enough of.
You should deduce that I achieve my goals with traditional mass-produced products. You should also deduce that my basic four items are high enough quality and enjoyable enough for everyday use.
You should also deduce that it's fine for us to have opposite opinions.
I do not mind your disagreeing with me. You make your own choices, I make mine. They do not have to be the same.
However, concerning my deduction about your valuing economy, the very fact that you have calculated the cost per shave indicates that this is high on your list of priorities. That proves my deduction was correct.
I have absolutely no idea of my cost per shave as that is not one of the factors I consider when evaluating soaps. There is only one soap that I included price in my review. I tried Gentleman's Nod tallow soap that cost me $27. Although the soap was quite good, there were some slight deficiencies that I do not expect in a soap costing $27. I have numerous soaps in my collection that perform better than Gentleman's nod, yet cost less. I could not recommend others purchasing the soap unless the price drops to a level commensurate with its quality.