Well I Strongly, suggest that a new hobbyist get the basics of water chemistry down, only introduce an anemone to an established system of no less than 1 year, and do as much research as possible, this is not the reality, nor will it be. If an individual has just purchased an anemone before they did all of the above, all I can do is offer advice and guidence if they accept it. Your argument can be made for tangs, seahorses, ................. In my ideal world no one would be buying natilus, wild caught seahorses, magnifica anemones, but that is not the way it works. Currently I am seeing a big surg in popularity in BTA and a real market for cloned ones, this is a good thing IMO. People are propagating mini-maxi and trying their hand at propagation of the more difficult anemones like carpets. I do not believe it is such a black and white issue. No anemones for anyone. Make the best of it and do what you can with the current practices and hopefully the dismal number of anemone successes will turn around in the future.