Who says I cannot? It is you who claimed that going into Wireguard means diving "into the deep end", which is so ridiculous that I didn't want to comment any further at the risk of offending your intellect.And yet you literally can't explain that at all?
Like, have you ever seen OpenVPN configs versus Wireguard configs? The latter is in all respects the first cryptographically strong VPN service that I can configure without crazy amounts of time, documentation perusing, example-comparing and then debugging. After doing it about thrice I can almost do it by heart. It's as close to "it just works" as can be imagined.
And it's very, very stable, even on flaky networks. Probably because it doesn't require stupid amounts of traffic to (re)handshake when the connection drops. This might also have something to do with how short (compared to the other VPN techs) the implementation is, me being able to actually read it and hack it in one evening.