Which beggars the question, what are you doing on an ENTHUSIAST website?
Nowhere do I say that being an enthusiast is a bad thing, or that I am not myself an enthusiast (which, if I understand your username correctly, I have been since nearly 30 years before you were born....)
I directed my comments to "some" enthusiasts.
My objection, as I have tried to make clear many times on here and elsewhere, is to the premise that all air shows should be run solely to suit some enthusiasts. Among other factors, to do so would rapidly cause the disappearance of the airshow industry, since the general public would soon become bored by such shows and would first ask "What happened to the wing-walkers" among other things and would soon thereafter vote with their feet, resulting in the income of most airshows drying up almost entirely.
As example, the suggestion in Keiran's post that "Chinook to appear only at Waddington, Cosford and Leuchars". I have personally witnessed the popularity of the Chinook display at many smaller shows, Duxford, Shoreham and Kemble to name three, at at least the last two of which it is very doubtful that any more than a tiny proportion of the audience would attend any of the "RAF premiere air shows"; they simply would not travel that far just to watch an air show. Should they then be denied the chance to see a Chinook displayed simply because they live in the "wrong" part of the UK or because they are not sufficiently "committed" or "enthusiastic" enough to travel over 100 miles to do so?
Yes, I am an enthusiast, but even I would not drive from Noth-East Hampshire (where I live) to Waddington for the show were it not for the lucky fact that my brother lives near Doncaster, which is "only" 50 miles or so from Waddo, or less than I regularly drive to Duxford to attend all four of their "regular" air shows, plus other events throughout the year (the American Air Day for one) and I can stay at his house for a few days. Because Legends and Waddo are on the same weekend this year, and because my 16 year old son (who lives with his mother also near Doncaster) wishes to attend both, I shall be attending both from Doncaster this year, which will involve some 8 to 9 hundred miles of driving over four days (with the concommittent lack of rest) as I am due to arrive at Fairford for RIAT the following Tuesday. I think that thoroughly establishes my right to call myself "an enthusiast".
It is, as I stated, pure arrogance to assume that because one finds seeing a display item several times each year "boring" then no-one else should be permitted to see it either.