Actually your point is the one I was trying to make. Perhaps I didn't word it well.Hmmm.....I dont know White. Why not just play the mid range kits and chose the one you like the sound, first, and looks of, second. You really do not need to know what the bearing edge angles and shell construction are. Unless we are going to rule out a kit that we love the sound of because it is made from Birch instead of Maple, or has 30D bearing edges and we simply have to have 45D.
A good friend of mine has a vintage Gretsch, and it sounds fabulous. It has uneven bearing edges, out of round shells, out of round hoops that are far from flat, and.....It sounds fabulous.
I was really just trying to point out that with so much information out there, it makes it harder to choose, and it's easy to get hung up on minute details between kits that really have no effect on the sound, or enjoyment you'll get out of them.
How many new threads get started per day with somebody asking for recommendations between this cymbal or that cymbal, this pedal or that, what kit should I buy? The answer is almost universally - try them and see what you like better.