I'm pretty sure I answered your question on the page before.
However, you can't post a question like you have on an open forum and then blast people for their opinions. Most people who have answered your questions are breeders and so now what they are talking about.
While it's great you have a connection with your fish, you have to remember that most people pick their fish based on appearance. I also doubt greatly that you have 200 people willing to take bettas, or at least have 200 people that are educated and well-equipped to house and care for one or more betta fish.
Breeding is something that takes a lot of work. The actual spawning itself is not even the hard part. It's what comes after. The months and months of frequent water changes, the daily feedings and hatching of BBS, the space and equipment needed once your males require jarring.
I have bred my bettas dozens of times, but I always struggle with raising the fry to adulthood. It is not an easy task, and this is why other members are offering you advice. It may seem harsh, but a lot of what they are saying is the truth.
You have to remember it takes as much effort to raise fry from a pair of mediocre bettas that may struggle to find homes, as it does to raise fry from a quality pair whose fry have a better chance at selling.