steven thank you so much for the feedback. In upcoming AAM v6.0.0 I'm considering to use browser storage to hold user preferences, this way you do not have to switch to desired role over and over again.
I also will be more explicit about managing Administrator role with probably some sort of alert and, per your suggestion, will not use Administrator role as the default role to for editing.
Overall AAM does not differentiate between the Administrator role or the Subscriber role. Overall, WordPress core does not do that either. A lot of plugin and theme developers did not clearly understand the concept of Roles & Capabilities and assumed that standard WordPress roles are something that is permanent and designed/implemented a lot of code based on this faulty assumption.
In reality, you can have a user that fully capable of doing anything on the website without even having the Administrator role. However, I have to follow the crowd where the majority of webmasters still make a lot of mistakes managing accidentally Administrator role or user so with AAM v6 I will make some adjustments.