Yes but if we're not getting "exploited" per se and they're generally getting it in behind, of course we're not going to win 100% but we're still going to make money long term by letting them make mistakes. I understand your point but playing unexploitable also allows them to play perfect poker. "Do I have a hand I can call with? No? Okay I fold." As opposed to "I'm going to shove this sub par hand because I think I have fold equity. Oops I'm behind." I'm definitely in the "let your opponents make the mistakes" camp, and they're going to make a lot more if you hand them the rope. It's probably a stylistic different if money's going in either way though.EDIT: Also, I don't really mind getting flatted by terrible players because if I'm raising preflop and end up out of position I'm going to go n go most of the time anyway. They're folding a lot of flops anyway and if you happen to run into a monster it would've ended up the same as just shoving preflop.
I pretty much agree with points 1-3. Thought I would give my thoughts on #4. Yes, life is grand when you minraise and you isolated by a worse hand, but we still don't win those hands 100% of the time either. Just by nature of seeing showdown more, and also hating a lot of flops when flatted, I would think that unexploitable play would gain more.