I think that people get tired of this.
Yes, really good docs are a rare. However, there are good docs who do things very well who do not call themselves Andrologists who are nevertheless competent specialists. Some are working with men and some with women and men. [When a woman gets her hormone levels set right, she may then ask the doc "what can you do about my husband", and vice versa. Female HRT is more complex.]
If guys in need of TRT set out to find an Andrologist, that could easily bypass docs that can do the job well and perhaps better than the ones who use that title. Andrology is a broad field. Specializing in TRT/HRT related issues is a sub-practice and those who specialize in TRT/HRT could easily be a better choice. TRT that ignores other aspects of well-being is not a good result.
Those who practice age management focus on nutrition, supplements, hormones and preventable/correctable conditions of aging. A parallel situation, urologists whose main practice for men involves the run of the mill kidney issues and prostate problems. They deal with cancers and surgeries. TRT is rather new to that field in terms of case loads and cash flows.
TRT is sort of an afterthought. Drug reps help direct the focus of urologists. And the ED meds are in the same category, afterthoughts. Docs who have a personal interest in understanding TRT typically do a better job than urologists. Same issues with endocrinologists. Titles really mean very little and many are misled by what they thing these titles mean.
What can you do to help others here if you do not use the Andrologist word.