There have been times when I answer a question, in some cases, I'll be urged, by some commenter, that I haven't provided enough information or I should include something else.
In other cases, I'll be chastised for having too much information, even while relevant.
I have always erred on the side that it's better have too much information, rather than too little. Because of that, I'll answer OPs question, while trying to provide some insight as to if their method is "good". If it isn't, I'll try to offer some extra info as to what else they should consider instead of what they are trying to force. Sometimes, I'll even list some reasons why if so merited.
In both cases when I decide to include this extra insightful bit or not, I have been told I need more or less information by people and it is slightly confusing as to exactly how much I should give.
Obviously I need to answer OPs question, but when should I give insight into their design that stems from their question but isn't necessarily the question.