What to say. Why do you always get involved in the same discussion when you know where it will lead. Tibetan Buddhism, is perfect as it is - in reality. Without trying to make a personal attack towards you I will leave you with this, also for the others who read your posts) from Longchempa's Treasury of Philosophical Instructions. I thought of you when I was reading this last night..
"Those of lesser intelligence, whose vision (in terms of their sublime knowing) is shortsighted, hold to one interpretation. Daunted by detailed presentations of an inconceivable number of spiritual approaches and variety of philosophical systems, they say that such presentations are in-valid. They are like cattle opining, "Since we bovines are endowed with horns, human beings and gods must all have horns."
Given that the methods of these spiritual approaches entail an unlimited variety of terminology and purpose, the alternative ways to traverse a path and attain a specific spiritual level or state of meditative absorption are incalculable. Because the omniscient Buddha spoke from a knowledge of everything, he gave teachings consistent with the attitudes of his listeners, speaking of what would delight and interest them. Thus, he spoke of paths to be traversed and of no path, of paths involving effort and effortless paths, of paths to free one in a single lifetime or to free one within an eon, and so forth. His sacred advice to us was to avoid those who view things incorrectly because they are daunted or intimidated by this vast reservoir of spiritual traditions and instead to study these traditions with a sense of purpose."