I suggest you download and install Audacity, foobar2000 and the ABX plugin for foobar2000 (all free). Use Audacity to convert your favourite "hi-res" albums to 44.1/16, and do a double-blind ABX - it might prove to be an eye opener. No need to believe random people on the Internet.
FWIW, my thinking is FOR ME, lossless 16/44 is outstanding and I would grant you I likely cannot tell the difference above that in a test. A more interesting test to me would be Redbook vs 384 mp3.
My point was that it is perfectly reasonable to want to try out 24/192 on your system and hear it for yourself, especially since those numbers are being touted in marketing materials all over. Not everyone in our community has read the same articles and done the same research and they are at different points in their personal audio journey. I don't disagree with your conclusion, just the tone.
If your way to win a point is to degrade and call people names, then you haven't really convinced anyone of anything, other than their thoughts about you. This ASR community is better than that - I'd like it to stay that way for a little longer.