I have a rather bling full-sus ... and I ride smoother rather than rocky trails ... so maybe it's someone like me that you're dissing?
Or maybe you'd like to re-think and consider some of your assumptions?
I got my full-sus 6 years ago, when I rode the rocky trails of Snowdonia and Scotland, went downhilling in the alps, and round the best that Colorado has to offer. But 3 years ago I injured my knee in a fell running race ... since then I've had extensive treatment, and still see the physio at the hospital once a month. So I can't ride rocky technical trails anymore, so should I have to sell my beloved bike to avoid offending the more judgemental of you?
Oh, and I still ride more than most folks I know ... and I don't care if I'm on a smooth flowing trail on an over-spec'd bike ... I just ride 'cos Iove it