Well for example, it is said I guess widely accepted that the Rainbow Body has to be disolved to reach the Truth Body.
Or attaining the Rainbow Body is not attaining Buddhahood yet!
So with these two examples, we can easily understand that there is more than the Rainbow Body.
Not sure who or what teachings say this. This may be true within the context of some other system with its own unique definition of rainbow body/body of light, but this is not the perspective of Dzogchen or its definition of this body. The truth body is the Dharmakaya and one does not realize the rainbow body, as defined in Dzogchen, without realizing all three [or four, or five] kayas [depending on which classification scheme one is working with]. According to Dzogchen, the point when everything impure that could ever be
dissolved within clear light is exactly the point at which rainbow body comes about, and it comes about in response to the needs of sentient beings that can perceive it.
Salomon wrote:What YMMV mean?
"Your mileage may vary." Or I could say, "but you may come to a different conclusion."
Salomon wrote:Yes it's all good to me, but to you I don't know :p
Not sure what your intention is with this; maybe you're just being playful. In any case, my intention is not to be adversarial but debate in a lighthearted, friendly way, without clinging overly much to being right or getting you to agree with my perspective. So, for me, it is indeed all good. Either way, the main points are that the Dzogchen texts speak for themselves, but each person has total freedom to come to his/her own conclusions about what they consider the highest truth.