Over the years, I guess quite the many of us - those who play with what the pyramid is/was - have looked at many parts of the evidence that is not just there for all to see, but also that is not there and can be speculated upon. For the most part, I do wonder at what evidence is plainly there that is not accepted, and I do wonder why it is overlooked so easily.
Such things that are overlooked are:
the damage to the passage either side of the antechamber, in the blocks that were above the plugs that sealed the KC away from the GG;
the shafts in both the KC and the QC being sealed against entrance into these chambers...and the 'niche' several metres before the outside of the pyramid in the KC southern shaft, exhibiting similar styling to the 'doors' in the QC shafts (of course, the last dozen or so metres of the northern shaft does not exhibit the same appearance because of restoration to the pyramid);
that the QC passage and GG intersection was hidden by floor stones, while the GG ended at the top step and a blocked passage - the KC was certainly indicated by the rising of the GG to it, while the QC had no apparent indication of its existance, so really, despite the intricacy of the KC construction, which chamber was the more important?;
and my favourite...the entrance glyph...truly there is a most amazing tale to be told about what that glyph is indicating.
To ponder about it being a tomb can come from all manner of supportive evidence that indicates it is such a thing, as well as it not being a tomb, and depending on the eyes one will look through while assessing what it was, we can get some semblance of a meaning to it. Ah, but what if we have been styling the pyramid upon things that overlay another truth to it...and that truth isn't readily identifiable because it isn't imagined. To whit: the stars all the features of it are aligned to. 'Stretching the cord' does have its relevence.