It does resemble mine, either.
In fact I'm not a desktop user.
> or at a lobotomised full desktop like Gnome
That's super not nice.
Regular people want a tool, not something you fall in love with and spend most of the day refining.
Most people have hobbies outside of the tech world, they will spend hours growing their gardens, but couldn't care less about "keyboard focuesed" or "run programs in the terminal" or "I quickly noticed the huge compile time of KDE".
If they can't use it properly, like they are used to, it's broken for them.
And they're not wrong.