You are not alone.
But, on the other hand, what if I want to edit an obituary? - one of those great long obituaries which start off with "Pioneer Citizen ... "? I love having transcriptions, and I often need to edit them. Should I have an entire transcription of the obituary in Source Detail Research Notes of all citations of the obituary? I did that for some time. (Memorize works precisely as it should, and it works wonderfully well when first attaching a source to many facts.) In my database it was the Source Detail Research Notes which was the field I did not print. Unfortunately, I make many typos and am very poor at seeing them. Sometimes I make an edit, even though everything is technically okay, because I want to make it better than okay. I make many, many edits. It is how I work. Eventually, I decided to have the transcription in one fact/person/family be the "good" copy and try to remember where the "good" copy existed. This is sometimes bothersome because where I would put the good copy is not always as clear cut as with an obituary.
I have been on what has turned into a 1.5 year hiatus from doing genealogy because the data entry is so cumbersome. I also make many edits. I just change my mind a lot about how I want things transcribed, which leads to me having to find all the sources over and over and over and over and making many many many edits just to change one thing.