Are you so insecure that you have to spew this out to people on an internet forum?
TBH, that post seems to be just so that you can eventually blow your own trumpet. You have no proof that AHs are better than A-levels, as you haven't taken A-levels only AHs. From what I understand AH is more about breadth than depth (correct me if I'm wrong), but if AHs are THAT good, then there would have been suggestions to replace A-levels with AHs. Instead people want to replace alevels with an IB system, so AHs can't be that good. Also, if they were quite as hard as you make them out to be, then AH exam takers would receive significantly lower offers than A-level exam takers, whereas from what I gather, they still have AAAAAA offers, rather than lower ones.
Scottish Univs, seem to have 4 year Bachelors courses, rather than the English 3 year ones. This include the top univs, which I find rather strange, because you would assume a reasonable amount of the scottish students attending the best scottish univs would have done AHs, if there were that valuable, and yet the courses are 4 years long, the first year being done to make-up for what Scotish students missed, not doing A-level. I wonder, would AH takers get to skip the first year?
Anyway, don't belittle the other types of exams, not everyone has the chance to do a certain type of exam, the decision is often made for them and it's pretty pathetic of you to tell people after they have worked so hard that you have more valuable exam qualifications.
You can't comment properly on them because you haven't taken them anyway.
Oh yeah, and we do differentiation in P1 and P2 and P3 ie all the pure modules of Alevel maths. We don't do complex numbers, but I'm sure there are other topics we do instead that you guys don't do, a couple of examples doesn't prove your point, we just have a different syllabus.