Here I am with yet a new question, hope it is OK.
Trading is the ability to see & to plan & to act; it is not crystal balls, precision entries, and ego stroking.
I can see that precision entries are not that important using space, if the ability to see whether price is strong or weak is there. At the same time I would think that the ability to pin-point an entry should pay off with either a higher reward-to-risk ratio through smaller space, or being able to say "I am wrong" after a smaller amount of loss.
Would you say that precision entries are not that important, but precision exits are?
Edit: The reason I am asking is that I am torn between trying to get very small spaces / tight stops, and not taking advantage of precision entries when I can see them. I think that precision would give me "an edge".