Helpful fact-posting Anon reveals that it's even a whole 5%. 5% taking, comparably, no production time or value, assuming that "something" is consistently more expensive than "nothing", is in fact a significant figure.>>13114654
This is true. The discussion is concerning one of the instances of measures that make the high-end scenes possible in terms of manpower and budget, not some belligerent criticism. Cost-cutting stands out more when surrounded by quality, as opposed to certain series that have 20 minutes of cost-cutting techniques to pay off loans taken out to make the OP.
Fanboys get riled up about every blemish, however.