If "-Q" would turn off all blank lines and all headers (names plus the "====" underline lines), it would be super useful for plain files
being used by other routines where SQL access is kind of hard (e.g. bash scripts, but any program could use these fixed size files).
For me to use SQL output now, I use "-q" and an egrep statement like '^$|=====|COUNT" (if I have a count in the output, else some other field name).
This is somewhat flawed as the latter two conditions could actually occur in data.