Sounds like the qualifiers that you think exist are obstacles.<quoted text>
"You said, quote, "If one thinks themselves "Saved" while here on Earth, and is "perfect forever", is this person somehow more than human while here on Earth?" End quote.
"Because by one sacrifice he has made perfect forever those who are being made holy." (Hebrews 10:14) When Jesus died on the cross, He saved us forever. Jesus offered one sacrifice for sin forever. If I ever lost your salvation, in order for me to be saved again, Jesus would have to die again. By ONE offering He has perfected forever those who were sanctified."
Your response is a restatement of your original premise. Again, If one is "made perfect" while on Earth, they are no longer subject to the foibles of their human nature and would be impervious to sin.
Either they are "made perfect" or they are not. Someone who is "perfect" cannot sin.
Obstacles that one's Self can overcome through the right choice.
Just like choosing to be Catholic or not.
Why do you reject the concept Jesus expresses through "Self"?