I'm not sure that any of us can actually read a turkey, know what he's looking for and act accordingly. Turkeys are turkeys and they just don't always do what we believe they should do.
Threre are days when it seems that you can do no wrong and other days when nothing seems to work. I believe you'll get more turkeys by being aggressive than by being passive. I would not be too concerned about bumping a bird or even bumping a few birds. It happens.
Part of hunting turkeys is the fact that we don't always get a bird. The best that we can do is to hunt where the birds are and go after them, safely of course but go after them and have no regrets when we leave the turkey woods.
It's truly the hunt and not the kill that really counts.
"If he's out of range, it just means that he has another day and so do you."