I think your missing the point - if I want a dog that might look, behave and live like its ancestors well of course I'll get a pure bred but again it doesn't guarantee me that does it? the idea is to get traits of each. for example our beagliers parents both come from pure Beagle mums with pure Cav dads (and to clarify - each came from different `breeders' in different states) and the difference in them is because in both cases the Cavs were of different colours, sizes etc. You will therefore notice the stronger beagle look. however do it the other way (mum a cav) and you would probably get a Cav looking one. As to the puppies, these are 2nd generation ones so of course the result is the stronger chances of the fluffier one (hence the picture)
As for the pure bred, I grew up with a couple of beautiful German Shepherds (real dogs!) from a pedigree line of police breed, with papers, history etc and yet from the same litter the male was a huge long haired one (I have never met one as big yet) while the girl was a short haired, smaller one with two very different personalities - go figure!
As for the "for your enjoyment" - that is for those who appreciate dogs & puppies for what they are - beautiful cuddly beings irrespective of colour, race or creed - sorry i meant breed