Couldn't it be argued today that using any camera or process that does not require special knowledge nor an understanding of light (among other things) — and that does not focus for you and yield immediate results — is illogical?
It was logic that led all these people to choose digital cameras.
The thing that led you to prefer the aperture ring on the Rodagon over the Componon is another symptom of the disease that drives you to be a part of analog photography, in general. Certainly not a bad thing. It's refined discernment.
And just a touch snobbishness, like I said before.