Ah, yes, the its built right so nothing can go wrong approach. Theres a boat no ones seen since 1912 that fell victim to that mentality. But you are right, i will build the bike well, but **** happens, ive used liners and sealant both in a tire and got flats, eother a sidewall, or a valve stem break from the tire shifting over time and taking the tube with it, causing it to wear against the stem hole. Might have to make chain alighment or tension adjustments or who knows what else. Since im going to have something to elevate it at home, i figure why not on the road and why not have those be the same thing. Stands are also very helpful for shifter adjustment and wheel adjustment on the bike.