I have no idea what LL/Champ is trying to say.
Fixed draws are a necessary evil on some super steep sport routes; a number of this kind of routes are found at Rumney, Shagg Pond, New River (Kaymor and Coliseum), and Red River (Motherlode, Bob Marley, etc). Sometimes, they are placed on super popular routes to "keep the line of climbers moving", like Techno at Rumney. Personally I think convenience alone is not a strong enough reason to put fixed draws on a route. However, I am willing to go along with the local ethics and community consensus on this point.
Mark had said maybe we should limit the number of fixed draws at Rumney to 100, I think 80 to 100 is about right. This number may sound huge until you start estimating the total number of bolts currently up at Rumney. Also, some steep routes may only need two fixed draws to make cleaning much less of an epic.
Relax people, plenty of .12 and .13 sport routes all up and down the East Coast still require one to hang one's own draws for a send. And, although the media often glosses over the fact, people should recognize that redpoint is significantly harder than pinkpoint, especially if the route is long, pumpy, and have in excess of 6 or 7 bolts.