I suspect you think my mind is closed and I am a lab origin hell or high water. Not true.I don't think you answered my questions. Is there any source you consider reliable? For that matter, is there any evidence whatsoever that would convince you to change your mind?
For the Nature/In The Wild hypothesis to be more valid for me I would like to see more evidential samples of a chain of mutation In The Wild.
Trying to be objective I have even offered that the unknown host/s should be mammal/reside in China/have contact with humans/ and most importantly their ACE2 receptors should be very similar to humans.
Returning to your question of reliability. There are many good experiments. However, where they falter is in the interpretation of results. Red flags for me are when "strongly" or "extremely unlikely" are used.