First of all, thank you for your reply.
Perhaps, by saying that "5-minute-install is not all that it gets" I didn't express myself correctly. What I meant is that sometimes a new user in WP (as I am myself) gets the wrong impression. Yes! It WAS a 5 minute install, excellent! But what troubled me was that I was expecting some other parts to be a bit easier than it originally seemed to be.
Such an example is to be able migrating WP from local to live server with a... 5-minute install. :-)
Of course, as you can understand, not everybody can afford or ask from his clients to pay a hosting solution in advance even at least 20-30 days before the website can be launched on cyberspace. So one of alternatives is to develop it locally. Anyway.
I think I should also point this:
Your success with running WordPress...and then your familiarity with WordPress itself.
Yes, you are right. Even though I am more familiar with other web-based applications who don't offer easier solutions than WP, it still came as a surprise to experience that developing locally and migrating to other server can be the opposite of what the "5-minute-install" tagline wanted to express. It is not merely my opinion but other users have expressed it as well (well, not in the same context, but you get what I mean). And I don't think ALL of them are novices. (ps. I am solely talking about the migration of WP here)
Anyway, I take it back, WP devs are not sloppy, I'm sure they have done great job. But what about some local issues? Such as this FTP Access Issue, or Jetpack demands? Ok, hacks exist and can be found around, buuuuut!..
This damn 'Links' matter caught me on the line between updates!.. Thanks for letting me know.