See, this is where the whole aviation community loses it for me, when did this become the focus? Like sure everyone wants to set it down nice, but 170 is right in the range airplanes are designed to land. Auto land targets about 150 for Boeing, and at least for Boeing’s but I have every indication to believe that Airbus should be similar, pilot manuals are explicit, Don’t float the aircraft, and Don’t keep increasing the flare angle to decrease FPM. Far too many pilots that I see on live keep pulling back floating well past the touch down zone, and causing tail strikes. Fly the plane to the ground, landing below about 60 FPM can actually damage the aircraft. When enough pressure isn’t applied it can cause the gear to shimmy causing significant damage. Not to mention tail strikes, and poor breaking action caused by delayed activation of the auto break system, and runway being eaten up floating it. Not to say don’t try to be smooth, just saying 170 is perfect, fly the plane first, and if it’s smooth great, but don’t sacrifice an actually good landing.