Bill: A lot of discussion has occurred on the main page already.
It seems to me that the original author intended to talk about go problems in general, not just tsumego problems. Rather than do a massive edit, may I suggest a name change to Beginners Guide to Go Problems?
tapir: I disagree with the message of this page. It basically says problem solving is tedious and tiring but necessary for improvement. While the second part may be true, I disagree on the first part. Solving well-constructed problems can be enjoyment. A Beginner's Guide may as well tell the beginner a way to enjoy go problems. (Solving or try to solve silently, but discussing collectively. Solving good, well-constructed problems instead of silly ones with lots of mistakes etc. Don't be too rigid with looking up solutions if you have no idea where to start - but when you've an idea read it out.)