I pointed out multiple flaws, including the fact that the same decision could be made in AOO, and the key in real life is to get enough people to figure out the right solution and have time to implement it.
You seem to think that with 2 products, you will make more users happier. You therefore don't understand the idea that people could want some of the AOO unique features and some of the LO. Unfortunately, in the real world of software, it is not possible. This is perhaps the biggest reason why comparing spaghetti to software is a bad idea. Another big reason is that the challenge with LO is not whether it needs more salt, but how are they going to get done everything they want to do. There isn't time to sit and taste the sauce. There are many reasons why I think the spaghetti sauce analogy is confusing you.
It also causes you to not recognize that you can add new features in a way to make the product more customizable. I remind you that Linux supports many file-systems. They don't bother trying to unify them, but they didn't need to make a separate team. You seem to pretend this scenario is not possible either.
Another reason it can be confusing to compare to spaghetti sauce is that people can customize LO to a massive extent already. The major point, however, is that you are arguing about spaghetti sauce because you don't have any real features. You might be able to explain the spaghetti sauce analogy very well, but you appear to be missing many more relevant facts about your own situation. I recommend becoming more curious.
"Whether the tradeoff is worth it" is actually a very big issue. Everything has tradeoffs. Do you believe considering the negative trade-offs is somehow an optional part of decision making? If you consider that your plan has lots of minuses, and that you are building a house of sand, it can also help you realize that thinking about spaghetti sauce isn't helping you.