Very much agreed.
However... "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing."
Something that confuses things are lifters who've had a bit of personal success (building their own body), and take that as "proof" that their way is best. Applying info is definitely good, but it gets murky when dudes who've been lifting a few years and added some muscle and strength vehemently contradict trainers with much deeper track records.
I get ya, and I agree. But something similar occasionally happens when more experienced members end up arguing with each other. Multiple opinions/sources of input are definitely useful, but unnecessarily confusing newbies isn't at all.
This is a pretty interesting idea, seeing who's who and what's what. But really, you probably already know that the problem isn't going to be people not reading it, it's going to be some advice-givers conveniently not having any pictures to put up.