Yes, that makes perfect sense. To which I tried to explain to my boss. He was more caught up in me generating the whole thing from grasshopper in a way where I change a few numbers and the whole thing can change based off of “unlimited” iterations. Instead of every time he wants a different configuration I have to change the points and then run it in grasshopper for the rest.
He thought it would be faster.
I agree with your argument though, by the time I figured out how to make the whole thing in grasshopper, I could have just done it in Rhino and think linked it.
I appreciate all the help! Perhaps at this point, I can explain that his way isn’t necessarily “saving time”.