You know, maybe I enjoy getting +15dB reports back from ZL stations on 20m FT4. 8600 miles. Probably was running 300W. Completed the QSO in the minimum number of cycles. No repeats. I used enough power to accomplish my QSO effectively. Then I was off the air, leaving spectrum for other folks. Not endlessly repeating because the other guy can't hear me. As a QRPer you of course get the satisfaction of knowing you did it with very little power. Me? I get the satisfaction that I'm making contacts around the world with antennas that I made and amplifiers that I repaired and restored to functional order. Restored because I specifically wanted to use them for FT8. And you know what? I learned a whole heck of a lot in the process. Also I don't want to hear about the "spirit" of CFR 97.313. It's there, there is no "SPIRIT" to law. There is a massive amount of interpretation left to be found. That said, take me to court for using "too much power" with FT8 and violating CFR 97.313. None of my equipment is remotely near legal limit. There is more than one way to be an amateur radio operator, your way isn't any better than mine. Just different.