Well, three things to comment on by the radical: :ph34r:
1st adil is completely right about the thing with the lowered center
2nd he does not know all about warping (that's where you are right)
3rd and that makes some statements sound like nonsense (maybe a translation issue?)
I tried to tell this to Heavenly in another thread already, but I'm also a foreign language writer...
Think of the perfboard as a perfect plain area and also the plate it is mounted on.
If you fit that together there's nothing between it, not even air.
Now think about the perfboard when it is a bit higher in the middle, the plate still plain. Then there is some warp introduced from the outer areas to the center.
If you think it the other way round it's just the same with the outer areas lifted up a bit.
For the 2nd case the screws of the outer area hold down the perf board and give it some pressure with the lower center.
That way you have a perfect plain print bed (plate and perfboard screwed together) that you can level optimal. In the first case the outer areas are screwed to the plate and the center lifts off a bit, that could not be leveled perfect.
To get that center lower you just have to bend the perfboard a bit, it's shown in the support document about warping (unmount, clean, bend, mount).
Anyway it doesn't make sense to level the board before every print (and 'adjust' something with the center) because the nozzle height is leveled at the center automatically in front of the print (withdrawing what one might have adjusted before). If you experience much warping again just use the cleaning procedure again and re-calibrate.
And of course you listed the many other factors of warping already, adil is just a lucky guy having a good printer and doing good with it.
I would like also to see that big area covering flat prints with edges or even boxes with some height.
@adil, you can show them in the Printroom, that's exactly the area to show such things.