You're right. I understand that different trainers offer very different view points, but I personally don't follow any trainer 100%. My own personal belief is that I think they all offer different perspectives, ideas, concepts, and I think they all can have value depending on what you're training for and the dog. I take bits and pieces from each one.
Through training my dog so far I've found that one trainers method to teaching a trick/behavior hasn't been effective, while another one has.
If somebody wants to say they're all about leerburg, that's fine. I'm not a huge fan of Zak but I do think he does set up some good training scenarios. Watching different trainers gives me different ideas.
I'm just posting videos/articles on here that I think are good/useful, or things that give me ideas on how I can create a quality training scenario for my dog later, or just a better understanding of dogs in general. Really with this I just liked the idea of having good links in one place. People don't need to agree on what's good and what isn't. Maybe a reader will say, "I like the videos/articles Lykoz posts but not the one dhaney posts". I've fine with that. I've googled a ton, and still haven't found some of the links I've posted or ones I've seen others post on other threads.