Tend to agree with this. The other thing that good Krav/RMA schools do well is develop/encourage raw aggression, real/improvised weapons tactics and and ‘survival mindset’. IMO this is more useful if you actually know how to fight, or at least have some grasp of fundamentals (i.e. good mechanics, economy of motion, timing, distance, footwork etc.).
I find that many Krav/RMA schools do less well at developing these attributes than the type of schools you are recommending.