The approach of Multi-Perspective Modelling is now more commonly accepted and used in practice than ever before. However, the concept of applying multiple modelling languages to describe the same domain may still sound frightening to many. The main reasons are the cost, time and complexity involved. I would like to argue that Multi-Perspective Modelling is helpful and in some situations necessary. I would also like to give examples of how formal methods, such as logical languages, can provide assistances in making such approach more appealing and transparent in its context, hence making it less frightening.