One of the requirements for being an Egyptologist is to believe in ramps and tombs so this is thumbing your nose from the get go. Most of the rest of us are in awe and have been for thousands of years which accounts for the millions of visitors and the interest of such luminaries as Sir Isaac Newton. Imagine learing a syriac like language just to be able to understand some small aspect of the Great Pyramid!
The source of amazement for me is that after a lifetime of moving a very large amount of weight by all possible means, I know they couldn't have done it with ramps. Sure, it would have been a remarkable feat to have done it with ramps because it is impossible to have done it with ramps. This isn't to say nothing else is truly amazing and beautiful, merely that this is the one aspect I know viscerally is wrong.
The whole thing is amazing and I now believe the ancients were an amazing and sophisticated people who would never have even considered dragging tombs up ramps. Even the concept they would do this is in its own way, amazing.
To each his own, eh? Until Egyptology starts asking the right questions they will remain wrong.