Quote Originally Posted by David Lyga View Post
cliveh: I think that kintatsu is defining 'consistency' literally.

Consistent agitation is not necessarily going to result in consistent results, as I said, previously.
That pretty much sums it up. I've seen it on my own work. Trying to make every action the same, instead of making the results the same caliber, just got me more confused. I agree with cliveh that consistency in our processes is important, but only in-so-far as it supports our desired results.