There has to be some reality for light though, and we have more and more extreme frames reducing the distance that fast moving matter has to travel through the space dimensions and time dimension with these tending to zero.I already pointed out that this is wrong. A fast thing still needs to go through the full distance. My twin going to some star 10 light years away is going to need at least 10 years to get there at any speed. That his clock doesn't log that doesn't make the distance shorter.
If you look at it in his frame, he's not going anywhere, so it just takes say 1 year for the star to travel the one light year to him, and those events (star location at start and end) were always that close in that frame.
The only frame that actually reduce or otherwise alter lengths are accelerating frames.