I appreciate your insight; however, I’m not sure it’s wise for curators and publishers to be so strict about prepositions. You said, “Don’t end a sentence with a preposition”, but under some circumstances, it’s perfectly natural.
“The old claim that it’s wrong to end a sentence with a preposition has been utterly debunked. It’s not true and it never was true. Writers who always insist that a preposition can’t end a sentence often end up with stilted and unnatural sentences:
Example: ‘There’s no one else to hide behind’. (Grammatically correct and natural)”
You might be correct in any case because so many writers and editors still insist that ‘ending a sentence in a preposition’ is an error.
Thank you for your article.