Asking the Right Question
Before making up your mind: Think about what the problem is; Instead of the virtues of the solution on your mind.
Much of the mind is already made up. Mostly occupied by past stored data, whose appropriateness wasn't addressed at the time of writing to disk.
Hence, there are multiple and perhaps infinite right answers. Each right to its question. Taking on an intellectual quest of knowledge completeness is an exercise in indulgence.
Be Curious. Not skeptical.
Do not ask why should it be done. Ask what should be done. Let that answer's similarity to 'it' be merely incidental, if at all. Existence of that 'what', is integrity.