Where we disagree is that I don't believe Egyptology will change one whit whatsoever until the public and real scientists pressure them to do so. Most educated people have fallen for the lie that there is extensive evidence (a huge mountain of cultural context) to support Egyptological assumptions. They believe there is actually extensive physical evidence that the pyramids were tombs built with ramps and highly primitive tools for use as tombs. They are being told that there isn't even any need to test or experiment since such things are known beyond doubt. They are told that the language was solved with the Rosetta Stone but the reality is the oldest writing was solved through the "book of the dead". People simply aren't aware of the slipshod methodology that is Egyptology.
The only thing that has ever affected the status quo is public pressure. We are locked into a paradigm through inertia and an official unwillingness to examine methodology or artefacts. Much of the inertia rests squarely on Egyptology because to a very large extent Egyptology has an outsized influence on anthropology, linguistics, and interpretations of history. Egyptology reverberates through psychology and sociology. It has simply never occurred to Egyptologists that Egyptians didn't think like Egyptologists. It never occurred to them to test their assumptions or examine their methodology.