I asked this question a few months ago but deleted it because I was kind of embarrassed when it accumulated downvotes very quickly and was closed. Ironically it attracted a quickly upvoted comment of "I don't understand what extra information you would get by running tests more slowly", which seemed to feed into my original reasoning for asking the question on an objective Q&A in the first place (ie. What is the reasoning for this apparently obvious knowledge?), and the the comment seemed to provide some reasoning that could have been a valid answer.
I think back to it because I'm still not sure how to debug E2E testing in a better way and I don't know how to ask this question any more clear than done here. It seems to me that "Why would I not want E2E testing to run slowly?" is quite clear, has opportunity for non-subjective answers, and I give the context of a test debugging scenario.
I guess I should include a screenshot since it's deleted, I maybe shouldn't have deleted it.