Don't really understand your post. This isn't trying to prove something is perfect - it is more like trying to prove a negative. And if everyone fails to prove that negative, that's interesting.
If the sum of all failure reports on Ruger P89s doesn't point to any particular common problem, that shows that the P89 doesn't have any particular problems. That doesn't mean the gun is perfect, just that there isn't any one thing that's consistently fails to work.
I'm surprised everyone hates this idea. It could be interesting, and there really isn't anything contentious about failing to find fault with something. It won't transform a boring, clunky gun into something it isn't.