Have you ever looked at the remote connection options in windows and thought that there is something off about the order of the options listed there. Here is the dialog:

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You have the most secure>less secure> more secure. Or if you look it at another way it is No connections>All connections>Some connections. That to me is just weird. I'm sure there must be a perfectly valid reason for the ordering but that doesn't make it less weird. The only reason I can think of is that you put the two most popular options up front and then the rest to follow which might be a good usability technique for some people. Whereas some others like me would look at the first option and then jump down to the last one realizing they need full control.