I know it is from the wild and woolly days of Ancestry when they let you add up to 5 generations at one time from the OneWorldTree, but I sure miss that feature. Sure, it created bad information, but it also allowed for a ton of good info to be imported in a short period of time.
I get the argument that it forces researchers to inspect each person as they are entered, but does anyone really think trees on Ancestry are scholarly in general? Some are, sure... but most are not "researched and validated" in the strict sense. All it really does is slow down the process. I don't believe in increases the accuracy of the results.
Sorry, more of a rant then anything else.. I create trees for lots of folks, and the process has slowed WAY down over the years.
Okay, tell me why I am wrong. :)