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, in context with HTF order clusters. 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".
If you understood space then you would know that your edge is money, not pips.
Let's say that I wager $1000 per flip of the coin and I get up $1000. If I reduce my bet to $100 then I am up 10 units and after billions of flips I should be up 9 units. I don't have an edge but, because I manipulated the space of the bet, I not only get to keep the money but there is also no mathematical reason why I cannot win +$24,000 over the next 4 months; over the short-term, your lifetime, anything can happen.
What if every $1000, after reducing my bet to $100, I increased my bet by $100? You might curse the day you ever flipped that coin if I get lucky
It doesn't matter to me what happens next, I either lose your money or continue to take it.