No. I'm being a responsible member of my guild and raid team.
If you're seriously obsessing about getting a few more stat points a week or two later than someone else, yes you are taking a video game too seriously.
This is why I like my raid groups, which are responsible groups to their members and aren't even starting for another couple of weeks so people don't have to kill themselves gearing up.
Seriously, I understand some people don't want that relaxed style of play and enjoy putting their all into it, but there comes a point where you have to ask yourself (and I did, which is why I raid like this nowadays) "Is it really worth it at the cost of my health."
I guess what I don't like here is that people want Blizzard to move the goalposts to meet their personal playstyle, rather than moving their own to adjust to the game design.
What it boils down to for me is seeing "We don't want to see unique rewards for a particular style of play we don't enjoy, because we'll feel obligated to go for those rewards." Which then leads to not having unique rewards for particular styles of play, no real variety, and everyone taking different routes to end up at the same thing. That just feels boring to me. I like the idea that someone that plays these bits of the game gets these rewards, while the people playing those bits get those rewards.
The most I'm really willing to go with the whole dailies issue is to say the gearing paths could be tweaked some to make sure there's no set of rewards that stand out as a "must have". From what I understand, that's the main issue that people taking issue with the dailies actually have. Not that there's no other way to get rep, but that there's no other way to get the precise equivalent to the gear attached to it. So perhaps the rewards on the dailies should have been LFR-level instead, with normal-raid level gear being gated behind another set of dailies introduced in 5.1 that require the first sets doing first - by which time most raiders will already have it and not feel they need to take that route.