No problem brother, and a good capture of the basic issue: why are we in such a hurry to dismiss these as fakes?
I think part of the answer is in your statement:
"There are likely lots of items nobody has ever seen yet...totaly good and with provenance which would never be accepted with the rigid criteria applied (to protect peoples money)"...
Whether it's Knights Crosses or Russian capture 98k's, folks who have spent alot of money on their collections don't want to see the supply suddenly double, or go up to any degree at all unless it's controlled. Look at what happens when a horde of something that can't be dismissed is uncovered: dealers and investors scramble to get on top of the pile and control the distribution, mainly to protect their inventory or investments.
I don't blame them. They are not evil. If 1000 flatwire skulls came on the market and I'd spent 2500 buying two of them, I wouldn't want to see them selling for 30 USD each.
Sorry for drivelling on, but I think this is part of it. It's hard enough to sell a 13K smock these days without a few hundred (or thousand?) cheaper examples suddenly appearing. Or the smock you convinced your wife is part of your retirement takes a solid hit on value. Anyway, I think this is part of the reason for the reluctance to at least agree to wait and see on these.