OK - you can stop seething.
Yes, the subject (like all others) has been discussed ad nauseum, but I'm curious if picture evidence exists of a bodybuilder or athlete with developed anterior and rear delts, but undeveloped medials?
I ask because I'm trying to learn.
On one hand you have DC guys with complete shoulder development who do not use direct medial isolation exercises. They seem to get all they need from chest/shoulder pressing and back width/thickness exercises.
Of course there are some who exclusively rely on the above exercises for shoulder development yet still have underdeveloped medials, but they also have underdeveloped anterior delts!
On the other hand, using my inexperienced self as an example, I barely feel my anterior shoulders working when I overhead press; let alone the medial delts. When I do machine/DB lateral raises it definitely feels like it's recruiting different muscles. This makes me think that such exercises are needed.
The reason why I ask these questions is because my shoulder development sucks even worse than the rest of my body. While everyone wants to have the complete package some favor certain parts. For some it's guns, others it's chest... Well, for me it's shoulders; so your advice is appreciated.