I agree. I've done a lot of wire wrapping and still do. Not everything can be wrapped though. That's why the "High Reliability Soldering" program was started. One of the tenants is to never trust the flux in the solder and always add some of your own. As well as very specific instructions on how to terminate. I've seen Japanese manufacturers of gear put the wire through a lug and wrap it around the wire and then solder it. The proper way is to form the end into a "J" and cut at the end of the lug, then solder. Of course, that's subject to change at any time. Like the wiring on a Rolls Royce Trent. They paid us to rewire every motor. Couldn't stand the vibration. They came out and taught us a new way to route and tie the bundles.