It would be nice if, when you went to the actual tree, ancestry took you to the person who the dna was attached to, but as you have discovered, you end up at the home person. I typically look for the names of the first living people in the dna match and navigate to them in the tree in order to find who the dna is attached to. It would be nice if people attached their results to the person who actually took the test also. I can't tell you how many matches I have where the results are attached to someone who died 100 years ago. The best was one of my husband's matches, where the results were attached to a man who lived and died in the 1700s. Pretty sure he wasn't the one to drool in the vial!