I agree with those examples!
(Maybe I feel somewhat skeptical about ‘move slowly with high quality’ ever being a good choice – it seems to me that the quality/speed tradeoff is often overstated, and there’s actually not that much of a tradeoff.)
Move slowly with high quality makes more sense for people whose “product” is not optional, eg monopolies or public services.
You really don’t want your water provider to upgrade quickly if it increases the chance you won’t have water at all for a month.
Yeah, I am also skeptical of that, so maybe that’s a bad example.
I can conjure examples (e.g. shipping a physical product) where you want to move slower with very high quality, because it’s hard to iterate. But I think that when you open up “move slower with high quality”, it’s going to normally look like rapid, messy iteration on what the product is, the production line etc.