I've read many proposals over the years and corresponded with Jean-Pierre Houdin before he published his first book on the "internal ramp" theory (he has now published four books all of which I have). Then there is the work of Martin Isler published in MDIAK and then in the book "Sticks, Stones and Shadows". Totally different methods are championed by Christine Mahdy in her book on Khufu and there are numerous other published proposals.
I also have copies of two unpublished theses from independent researchers, one an Egyptologist, which propose different techniques.
The point being that they all MIGHT have worked but the crucial thing is to provide the evidence to back up the theory that they DID work.
In the cases I mention above all authors have provided a lot of material which they claim supports their arguments. In one case the author even claims evidence from written sources in tomb inscriptions.
All I've read from you is a dismissal of other theories but nothing to substantiate your own claims.
Personally I've got an open mind on the issue but I'd find it easier to judge if people backed up their claims with some evidence.