When you select a car you don't generally look at the particular qualities of the combustion chamber of the motor's cylinders to get convinced that the car is suitable for you, or indeed if car A is better than car B. Sure, the shape and enginnering of the combustion chamber affects peroformance and consumption but so do a million other interelated factors.
When I select a car, I look at all the information that is provided, which unfortunately isn't much. The sorts of things I would be interested in, are fuel economy; power efficiency; durability and warranty period; cost of spare parts; comfort of suspension; noise dampening; effectiveness of radio antenna; general handling on the road; cost; style and size etc etc.
Consideration of the qualities of the combustion chamber could be useful with regard to the effect of different fuel types such as gasoline mixed with ethanol, or 'super' unleaded as opposed to standard unleaded. Certain fuel types cause less wear of certain engine parts as well as providing more power per litre, depending on the design.
If what I see is convincing enough for my application, I could not care less if it is due to the pixel well quality, the quality of the A/D converter, the bit depth of the raw data, the quality and suitability of the anti-alias filter or, as a matter of fact, the result of fancy noise reduction procesing performed in any domain.
Fair enough! You're simply not interested. Some people are not interested in cameras at any level. Some are not interested in the relationships between f stop, focal length and distance to subject, for example. They couldn't give a stuff and probably use a P&S camera, if any.
However, this is a forum where people explore all facets of camera issues in depth. Even though some of the information might not have an immediate practical use, many of us have an academic interest in the technology in general. It is, after all, an amazing technology.
If your interest is limited to what's of immediate practical use, then fair enough. We've all got different interests. No-one's forcing you to read this.