It's ridiculous to use extreme overclocking with sub zero cooling as reference, the average user won't ever do this. If you circumvent power sensing on a hardware level and use extreme cooling you de facto won't have boost, so yes of course they have control over their clocks, cause it will never throttle down.
On air it's a whole different story.
For me it seems as if you simply dislike my mod for some reason, I don't care, my point was simply that some users may prefer to have adjustable voltage, proper idle clocks, a reasonable standard power target which will prevent throttling without the need of adjusting anything and some more tweaks. The vbios you praise so much might work fine for certain scenarios, but in my eyes it has some serious drawbacks. As I mentioned before, boost is a matter of taste, I don't like it, that's why I got rid of it.
Everyone can choose what fits him best, but t think it's ridiculous to simply say "there's no reason to use that vbios" just because you don't like it for whatever reason, I don't think I have to repeat myself why the hwbot vbios is not really the best vbios for everday use (in my opinion).