I never "bullied" you. You can spend your money anyway you want to, and you obviously want to donate it to RailEurope. That's OK. However, there are other people reading this forum (you didn't even start this thread), and they have the right to know that there are good reasons not to get point-point tickets from RailEurope. It might be right for you, but it is probably not right for them; most people want to save as much money as possible. And, I also showed you a source where one can get European tickets less expensively in advance.
Just so everyone elso on this forum understands the pricing difference, a ticket from Frankfurt to Munich from RailEurope costs $152. This is via a fast ICE train. German Rail sells a ticket on the same train, online, for €89, $120 at today's exchange rate plus 3% for a credit card transaction. That's a savings of $30 (21%) on that ticket alone. If you are willing to spend more time to save money, German Rail will sell you online a ticket for the slower IC for €71 ($96), a savings of $54 (37%). RailEurope doesn't even offer that ticket. Finally, with advanced purchase online of a non-refundable Dauer-Spezial-Ticket, you can travel from Frankfurt to Munich for €29 ($39), a savings of $113 (74%)!
RailEurope is one of the least expensive places to get railpasses, although this site offers some good perks that might make it a better place. However, there are much better places to get point-point tickets.
So, if you want to get tickets from RailEurope, go ahead, but don't try to justify your decision as anything but convenience, and, when you take an agressive stance and people bury you with facts, don't cry "bully".