I love Tim Burton's Sweeney Todd. I love the casting, the music, the production value, the story... but just because I think it's a great movie, that doesn't make it something I recommend everybody see. It's off-beat and just a tad on the dark side. (Okay - maybe more than just a tad.) If you like off-beat, dark stuff, I highly recommend you see it if you haven't already. If you're into romances, happily ever afters, comedies and beauty, I don't think it'll be your cup of tea. That doesn't make you crazy -or me either for that matter. It makes us individuals.
Have you ever tried something that called itself "one size fits all"? Do one-size hats really fit all head? Do one-size gloves really fit all hands? Do one-size fabric book covers really fit all books? (Frankly, I not so sure they really fit ANY book very well.) If you have a computer, a writing program or an ereader you love, do you think that same computer, or program or ereader would work perfectly for everybody?
If you do have a beloved writing program or ereader, I would love to hear about it. But I'll warn you: what makes it great for you may not be what I prefer or need. For example: I hate touchscreens! For whatever reason, touchpads usually don't like my fingertips, so touch-anything is usually junk in my hands. I need to have a key pad -even if it makes your eyes roll. (Is it just me...?)
Does one anything really fit all? I don't think so.