The asker's own comment is the clincher:
I thought my 605 word posting had
enough specifics of what I'm looking
for. I'd like to hear someones
subjective opinions if possible
which fits perfectly with the description of "Not Constructive":
This question is not a good fit to our
Q&A format. We expect answers to
generally involve facts, references,
or specific expertise; this question
will likely solicit opinion, debate,
arguments, polling, or extended
in response to comment:
I think closing it was a good call, but there's room to debate which reason is the best fit.
- The "extended discussion" part of "Not constructive" could also come into play: an answer covering all those points would be like a Masters thesis.
- "Too localized" could work due to the extremely specific details.
- "Not a real question" sounds wrong since it's clearly a real question, however the description fits:
- "overly broad"
- "...cannot reasonably be answered..."
- "rhetorical" could even fit, since no one can answer his real question, which is "will I be happy with this framework?". The only way to know is for him to try it out and experiment with it for a while. When I had to pick a framework, I did some research to narrow the list, and then tried making real (though somewhat simple) applications with each of my top four candidates. That's really the only sensible way to make this kind of decision that you're going to be stuck with for years to come.
Overall I think "Not Constructive" sums up all the different issues fairly well.