I like the added emphasis on "economic qualities". Unfortunately, most think they can do all of their evaluating by looking at them. However, performance has to be proven. Otherwise it amounts to a lot of talk. It does make for interesting conversations, if they evolve beyond the overly simplistic "my birds lay so many eggs per week".
The simplest things can make a difference in the log run. They do not need to set records. They only need to be functional, and have some potential.
It will always be up to the breeders, because the judges cannot see who is productive or not. They can see who is excessively feathered. That matters more than many realize. Also size matters. If the birds were judged more critically on these two points, a difference would be made.