There is no different perspective. You just repeated what I've been saying. Arrogance is a flaw common among Jedi, as Yoda said in AOTC. That arrogance is there in Obi-wan. I never said that he said that he was arrogant. I also pointed out that Obi-wan blames himself for Anakin's fall, because he had believed that his ability to train Anakin was sufficient and that he could do as good a job as Yoda. He's punishing himself because of what happened to Anakin, just as Luke punishes himself for what happened to Ben. Because there's a difference in requesting that the Jedi Council train Anakin and Qui-gon Jinn training him. It would be an act of defiance, but they cannot stop Obi-wan short of locking him up or killing him. Same with Qui-gon. However, the Council never states that not even Qui-gon can train Anakin, just that he cannot do so right now with Obi-wan. That's why he tries to pawn him off and say that he's ready. Exactly what I've been saying.