Then the answer is easy,
Buy them and let us know how you get on with them. The human eye is an amazing instrument and can compensate for a lot of minor optical aberations whereas a camera will just faithfully record all of them for you to enjoy later.
I face this issue all the time in my professional marketing life! Its called the "law of deminishing returns": http://images.search...z35&fr2=piv-web
I could setup the best binocular factory in the world making the highest quality, aberation free colour correct binoculars but they would cost 2,000$ each and maybe I can find 10,000 customers worldwide! Or I can make binoculars to a lower standard where 80% of the FOV will be aberation free, the colour will look natural and they will cost 200$ each and I can find 1,000,000 customers worldwide.
If you set your expectations correctly, you will not be disappointed.
And yes this is coming from the guy with the TAK's. I fully recognised that when I bought them I was buying "convenience" and being frank, there are telescopes out there of a lesser quality that can produce nearly the same results, you just have to work that little bit hard to get them, that's all.
I hope this helps you to make your decision Cap'n