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I think your hitting on the biggest point. According to JB, "Rossi did get more chassis versions than he could count" which further validates Hayden's statement. Rossi was never made happy by Ducati's upgrades and tossed parts aside as fast as they could install them.
This left Ducati with a grid full of multiple, aborted variations that they had no real data on and no way to compare riders or their effects. This is the first thing being addressed by Audi, 4 riders on the same kit to get a clear direction where to go next. Rossi said he was not an engineer and he wasn't much of a test rider it appears so there is no surprise they were completely lost.