I respectfully believe my interpretation is not unique and I included a link to a balanced view of the problem. Furthermore in a recent article the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission was questioned about the same topic. If I can find the link I will post it for you.
Non-GAAP accounting was emphasized and abused during the Technology Bubble years of the late 1990s and early 2000s. One only has to think Lucent Technology, Enron, or World Com. I see some of the same trends and others do as well. I listed several companies in an earlier post on this topic that have inflated their earnings thru non-GAAP as a matter of standard practice. The pressure to hit the numbers has also driven companies to take the short term approach of increasing stock buybacks to meet Street expectations. I happen to feel that many investors are lulled into thinking that is the way to run a business rather than a reflection of distortions of this era.
Hey, I wish you the best, I just don't believe any of this ends well.