I think that's probably right. If Fuld and Mattingly hold up their end and Barber continues to draft well they will eventually get a better mix, while always having the hammer of wealth to fill holes (just hopefully, fewer of them).
But, let's see if it's actually a consistent strategy. They could come out of this run and hand out fat extensions to Nola and Rhys while signing Turner and a Edwin Diaz, trade Painter next deadline and then be stuck holding the bag on a middling team by 2025. I don't really think they'll do that but you never know.
And also, of course, they took a big step this year by getting three young players into the starting line-up but still really need a homegrown star (i.e., repeat all-star, serious MVP candidate) or two to emerge as Bryce, JT and Schwarber fade. I do hope Stott is one of them (as opposed to just a very good player).
Per the subject of this ancient thread: as with the last playoff era, the guy that deservedly lost his job still laid down a lot of the foundation. Heck, Nola was Ruben's, even. But Wheeler, JT, Bryce, Bohm, Stott, O'Hoppe, Segura.... I really think the problem was MacPhail (obviously!) not Klentak. Klentak should have been in the Fuld role, but MacPhail didn't want to actually run things (and wouldn't have been good at it anyway).