Could this be re-titled something like "Easiest first climbing technique: vertical tree with very sturdy central stem, big thick branches well distributed along stem suitable for line or long lanyard tip progression up main stem". yeah, I know verbose. But descriptive and hints that hardly ever do you get easy climbs like this. This is like getting to actually fell a whole tree rather than piece it around obstacles - almost never happens.
Perhaps I'm low on optimism lately. Historically, simplistic examples are most often chosen, leaving out the gotchas that generally usually occur.
Intel gives a tick-tock model to cpu advancements.
Tock is an advancement, tick is a refinement to smaller, tighter more efficient of the last advancement, but same technological level otherwise. Thus tock increases size/footprint, and tick shrinks that into a smaller size/footprint of cpu to same functionality.
Easy job is just time tick to refine, polish moves, while in a different mode/aspect view/gear to me.
Might try few new things cuz slack, but mostly necessity being such a mutha, births innovations in tock, that refine later.