If you see the documentation already written for other processes such as HistograhTransformation, ColorCalibration, Curves, etc. I think it's clear that the "level" of documentation you saw for DynamicPSF is the "standard" level for PixInsight's official documentation, and not an exception.
I never meant to imply that it wasn't. I've read every bit of 'documentation' there is-- including all of your great stuff
. I was just adding my thoughts on which modules should be worked on.
My personal view is that I've learned the most from the 'how to' pieces that Juan, Vincent, you, Harry and others have done. What the official documentation does for me is to provide the conceptual foundation for a feature or process-- which will, in the long run, help me use it to the best advantage. What I never liked about having to use PhotoShop is that I never really understood how it worked, it was more like using 'voodoo magic'. With PI I have the opportunity (if I choose to take it) to dig deep into mathematics, etc and to place what I'm doing into the context of CDD imaging as a whole. As an example, after I really made the commitment to understand the wavelet-based features, I dug out my copy of Berry & Burnell's 'The Handbook of Astronomical Image Processing' and studied the chapter on wavelets (which I had glossed over before).