Just because it exists does not make it safe or compliant. The objective of this forum is to give/discuss safe and NEC compliant advice. You can take the advice or not take the advice. It's your call. But we must tell you things sometimes that you do not want to hear.
I agree 100%. I'm all about doing things right and to code. I'm just trying to better understand what's acceptable and what is not because I don't want to violate code or cause a safety hazard. I'm not trying to argue something that is a code violation.