The information in an infobox is pre-arranged. Whatever you place it, it always be in that order. It doesn't matter where you place the info for the code. It's just waste of an edit. Plus, most infoboxes have the family code below the image gallery. So you will be wasting your time trying to make everything consistent with your "organization."
I agree with Luis, it makes editing simple for those who like to edit in the code format. Having an arranged infobox makes sense. I also don't seem to understand why you reverted his edit after saying it didn't matter what way it was. Isn't that just contradicting?
I undid his edit because it was spammy. People who waste an edit on spacing or rearranging code - I don't see them as productive edits. In the past, I seen people spacing after a header which doesn't make a difference.
Right now, Magi Wikia doesn't have that. People already willly nilly delete sections that don't appear instead of leaving blank. Do I insert them back? No. I just let them do what they want because the infobox works out anyways. Really, both of us could be wrong and hypocritical. Either way, the infobox will put the information in the order it was designed to be. I could just jumbled the code. It still works out.
I don't spam the wiki pages with spacing and arranging code. That was my pet peeve here.
Unless you want me to reinforce and type every template for new wiki editors, if there is a majority vote needed, then fine, we do it that way.
I wasn't going to reply back since I know your style in types of arguments. I'm going to leave and do my work.