I don't recall having come across that page on your site before. If I have forgotten, it might have influenced what I said.
I especially liked this:
If you believe there is a solution and you are focused on finding that solution within the framework of your view of the world, you will likely find something that will work.
If one believes treatment free is possible, they will continue searching until they find a way which works for them, even though they may fail along the way.
With the example of the lag screw, if she really believed the idea would work, and even though what she attempted did not work, she might contemplate why the specifics she tried did not work, and come up with another and another attempt until she came up with a fine threaded oil plug along with using some gasket sealer. But she believed it would not work, "proved" it did not work, and stopped short of the goal.
I've seen some equate natural cell and small cell to be the same. They say they used small cell and still have mites. But they can't really compare what they did with what someone who lets the bees make their own comb did. Because they didn't do the same thing! And I've also seen some telling what they did along the lines of "put a bolt in it". They did not give adequate details to follow. They fully knew what they meant and intended, but failed to convey the details.
I've observed something I didn't expect in the hive. To me pollen is pollen, get it in there and store it. But for some reason, the bees put one color of pollen together, and other colors together. Now this could be because each be has their own area and concentrates on one flower. But could it be a possibility that they use different pollen for different purposes? And if they make such a do about keeping like pollen stored together, could they use different cell sizes for different purposes? Of course we know that regarding workers, drones, and honey cells. But could the bees select different cells at different times of the year for different reasons? For example, if the mite load reaches a certain threshold, could they switch to different size cells? They might even be doing their own mite management with cell size. There's so much we don't know, but seeing them segregate pollen caused me to think there's lots of things going on. And if we force one cell size, whether small, medium, or large, their choices and ability to deal with things are reduced.