While I don't disagree with you these are things that the Germans would not have known (including things like the Lucy Spy Ring) and therefore would not have figured in the planning for Citadel.
My interest is in what appears to be a fundamental change in direction for this attack as up until Kursk the plan had been to avoid strong points, cut them off and drive deep into the rear of the enemy yet at Kursk the plan seemed to be "Charge" into the biggest pile of Russians you can find and when that fails adjust you attack into an even denser pile of Russians.
And when you think about it Citadel really was an odd attack because even had it been successful the Germans would have gained nothing but a shorter line of defence as just pinching off the salient would not have broken the Russian lines hence the lack of ambition comment.
We are more often treacherous through weakness than through calculation. ~Francois De La Rochefoucauld