I need your opinion on an assumption I'm building up for an argument. Assuming I changed several URLs from my website with 301 redirects, and Google is stubborn and taking their time to change them in the SERPs. (i.e: the pages still rank properly but the pages shown are redirects to the new version) Does this create latency to my site because of the extra HTTP request of a redirect? Can I assume that GOOGLE is (ironically) creating latency and therefore making my site slower which is something they advocate against? What are your thoughts?