Well I wasn't commenting on overall finishing. Do you imagine that anyone would dispute that overall finishing is important in a high end shoe? I inquired as to whether there was practical benefit to 10 stitches per inch versus 7.5. You said practical benefits aren't all that matter, aesthetics count. Okay, so is there an aesthetic benefit to 10 stitches per inch versus 7.5? I am guessing your answer to that is "no"? If you had to measure your G&G bespoke to determine that there were 10-11 per inch, it's obviously not something you can just look at and see.
Are we still discussing the difference between Vass vs west end stitching? If so, G&G bespoke stitching looks tighter to me than Vass. I can't tell you if it is because of the different technique, stitches per inch or combination thereof.