I didn't mean difficult to remove the wheel full stop, I meant that you won't be able to do it without mucking around with the EBB.
You've missed the whole point here, which is that you can
remove and fit the wheel without even thinking about the EBB, let alone touching it, just as you can with Paragon-esque sliding dropouts.
To be honest I've not used an EBB, so I'm willing to admit that I know nothing about them!
Ok, fair enough....
That said, I rode sliding dropouts for over a year and never had any problems with them, plus they are IMHO the cheapest and simplest method of wheel adjustment.
No, track ends are the cheapest method of wheel adjustment and simple enough if you don't want to get the wheel in and out as easily as possible and don't have disc brakes to contend with .
So I reserve the right to assume that anyone who has problems with them just has girlish arms and can't do the nuts up tight enough
Or has never heard of tug nuts
I'm all quoted out now
The fact is that each system has its advocates and if it works for you, then why not......? If it's singlespeed then it's all cool