Well this is what you should have said in the first place.
I didn't know that the term ass to grass was taboo. I've always heard that squats needed to be as deep as possible. Look at someone doing a partial squat, you'll flame him in an instant saying he's doing 1/4th of the motion. Watch someone go ''ass to grass'' and you'll pat him in the back saying ''nice depth!!''. This is what I strive for.
I am far from comfortable when I have weight on my back and I need to squat down and up. Much less comfortable when I try to go as low as I can.
I don't ask to be comfy, I ask to achieve things the right way. If you would of told me '' your squats ain't shit, not enough depth'' and then give me pointers on how to perform better I would of been happier than your comment about leaving the room or whatever.
Right now with 3 plates on my back I might not feel it if my form isn't as best as can be. However, I fear that if I keep going up with a fucked up form and end up with much more weight on me and I still do it wrong, then I might just injure myself hence why I ask questions and post videos.
I'm sorry I lashed at you, it's just that I didn't expect that kind of reaction just because I don't know what the difference between a weightlifter and a powerlifter is, that was just uncalled for.