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I agree that having more precision is more favourable mathematically. But is it so "visually"? I mean we'd have more precisely determined color components but will it really "show"? And if it will, then how much? Just a couple of questions, that, I believe, can't be answered right now. I said it before, I say it again: let's wait and see :). Real world application will for sure provide us with "proofs", while continuing this could unfold into battle of "I thinks" and "IMHOs" not "knows".
A focal point is needed and if it had to be RGB… well… so be it. Meantime why not to think a little bit about the future? :) Why not dwell for moment in a world of non-square pixels, generic substractive and additive color models (who said RGB is *the best* and *ultimate* solution?), non-orthogonal pixel grids… dreams, dreams… :) That's it for the (hopefully) "inceptive" off-topic :)
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