I know, I saw your thread and it's nice that you do this.
But I think it's also important that users learn to do that by themselves if needed. Especially if they choose to modify their phones, they should know how to revert it without too much help from outside. And it's mentioned in my OP
My kernel flashes a modified dtbo.img, so the three images I mentioned need to be restored if one wants to go back to stock completely.
So I think people would appreciate if you start adding dtbo.img to your thread too
I don't disagree with people learning to extract the payload, which is why i've explained how in previous iterations (if it was somehow dropped along the way).
You're welcome to patronize me for it, but I also understand that the average user may not be able to install the right python or patch magisk without running into trouble. We actually have a whole thread somewhere about someone flat out not being able to patch on their phone. The app does all the work, so it's not like they failed to follow instructions.