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A single control tire only works for one bike, it always will work best for one bike. If you like diversity, competition and saving money you will appreciate many different tire make's / specifications that open doors for different bikes. If you like monopolies, control and predictable results (Rossi finishing in front of Stoner) than you go with a single control tire that is 'specd' according to 'whomever' it seems is behind the curtain making sure MotoGP is profitable.
Many different tires give manufacturers relief in having to completely overhaul and redesign their bikes (see Ducati) If you cant see that RSMick than I fear you have been to 'close' for too long to have any real objective perspective.
Now that Casey is gone, Dorna dont have to worry about an outsider having too much 'power' to dictate who wins and loses, its as simple as that, and now they can relax their rules and allow some better competition. With riders that fit their bill.