You are welcome mate!...Yes as you mentioned it is a possibility that Iran is indeed already a Nuclear power but I have tried to base my assessment on the public information only. And that possibility as you mentioned bring me to the following conclusion:Thanks for your thoughts. Note, your premise resides on Iran not having a nuclear strike capability. I'm personally confident they do and have had for at least a decade--maybe as far back as early to mid '90s and post jangeh moghadas. The execution must've started in parallel the moment the first plan was drawn for the various civilian nuclear fuel supply chain efforts. Almost certainly zeere bayraghe bakhshhaye veezheye goonagoone sepah. Everything ranging from ostensible tech know-how, industrial and scientific base to geopolitical actions/counteractions by various parties make this undeniable. The question to me is the quantity and radius of that reach mostly which you alluded to.
Two of Iran's "Main" and "secondary targets" namely the "US middle east bases" and "Banana" Arabs of Persian Gulf and their oil supply are losing their importance . As a stated aim of Iran and if successful, US will be leaving West Asia and abandon the bases all around Iran (Basically Iran shooting herself on the foot by losing those targets!).In addition oil based economy of the world is slowly moving away from oil and as such the importance of Arab oil to the world economy also losing its luster....That will leave "israel" as the only "valuable" target for Iran and this will make Iranian defensive strategy with much less deterrent.
World is a dynamic place and a country such as Iran with powerful enemies should be flexible enough to define a new defensive posture towards the upcoming events . I hope the great Persian thinkers of Iran have taken all this into account long time ago and Iran's strategic plans are not what we read in open publications.