cool...but how do they look when you tuck?
This is why stock mirrors are north of the bar-ends.
Quality bar end mirrors work fine at any angle, assuming you position them correctly.
They do not vibrate.
Personally I can see a wider field of view behind me, and my eyes find and focus on them quicker.
I will not ride without mirrors for the simple safety of knowing what's behind me.
Bar end mirrors work much better than stock for me and many.
If the extra width they create is a problem for a rider, it only shows lack of skill.
If bar end mirrors don't work for you that is fine. Your eyes, focus, reaction time, or overall ability simply aren't at a level to utilize them. Or you simply don't like them. I also say that respectfully, as there is always someone faster out there regardless of who you are.
Your opinion sounds as though you have not even tried bar end mirrors.
If you have and still don't like them that is ok; but you have stated your opinions to sound more as fact than your own opinion.
I respectfully disagree with all of your opinions about bar end mirrors in the above post and post #14