I don't know about me, I am to messy explaining myself specially in a foreign language and through written form instead of oral form. I prefer direct oral confrontation of ideas as I don't lose track of my train of thought as easily. But to the point, while I can't speak on my behave, I would say Parmenides is not to complex, quite the opposite, he is as simple and as clear as water and that's what makes it hard for some people. One thing is certain, my notion of Being, of Rationality as prior to reasoners, my notion of completeness, my requirement of finitude, they all match Parmenides account of ultimate Reality.
...so the question emerges, is it to complex Edgar or is it perhaps possible you just don't care enough ? Wouldn't that be a much more fair statement, recognizing or admitting that you don't care enough about the matter.
Hard meals are not for every stomach and certainly not for everyday occasions. You risk insanity...