If you get your jollies by making awful decks that are in no way competitive and don’t mind paying money for commons and uncommons that players like myself either give away for nothing, leave lying on a table at the store when opening packs or are sold to stores in bulk of 1000 cards for 20 bucks…
FNM isn’t really casual, dude. It’s a tournament, even if it’s not as competitive as Pro Tours. Once again, the toolkits are for kitchen tables, which Wizards specifically said so in their announcement of the product.
You’re right: Not everyone needs competitive decks. I don’t see how you can’t understand that. If you’re not in a tournament your deck doesn’t need to be the best that it can be. It only needs to be good enough to beat your opponents, so if their decks aren’t optimized, yours doesn’t need to be either.
Your kind of thinking has no place at the kitchen table. I see it all the time; the “I must optimize my deck, so must everyone else!” mentality is plentiful in casual Commander environments, and often comes from the trihards that make the game less fun for everyone else. That attitude is great for the tournaments, but not for the games most Magic players play.
Your new post has shown that not only do you not understand what the toolkits were made for, but you don’t even understand that there are different types of Magic players than you. Unfortunately you are certainly not the only Magic player who has that issue.