I asked does the environment dictate how things evolve or do things seek the environment that fits their evolution. Dagda said 'both'. You liked that response which I'll assume means you agree with it. As do I. I would interpret that in this way. When you cant control your environment or easily change environments, then the ability to procreate is more influenced by the environment and the process of evolution is dominated by the ability to breed. However once a species achieves the ability to overcome that pressure, then evolution is dominated by other things, drift or whatever. Or maybe also 'self imposed' pressures. Evolution has no 'purpose', its just a process. If you take a 'prime mover' out of the equation then I think this statement is fair enough. The RESULT of evolution can be classified as 'good' or 'bad' depending on what criteria youre using. Not going extinct can be considered a 'good' result for a species, for example.