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My understanding of this feature/behavior is that since all the products are installed at Day-0, the only stuff left to do is to configure them as and when you plan to use them. While some products (like OES for e.g.) are inherently required by OIM to function in itself.
With the previous version of OIM, it was a massive task to add another product to the OIM suite which you had running in production, while this, I believe it's lot easier for not being required to install but just configure.
Another view can be that Oracle wants us to use more of Oracle products for various features. For e.g. for single sign on, the only option now is to use OAM, so install is at day-0.
just my two cents,