I completely agree. There's a lot of ignorance and resistance in Aikido community toward a style that is far superior to pretty much everything else being taught, and that style is Tenshin Aikido. It maintains the core Aikido principles and its non-competitive aspect, but at the same time it is infused with a healthy dose of common sense. It is the most technically sound version of Aikido, the most adapted to the modern times.
Aikidoka who talk crap about it can never muster a coherent critique. Usually because they know nothing about it, and are afraid of it, too.