Remember Jenga? That game where you pull out sticks and see how many you can remove and still have a stable structure. Anyone feel like you play that during revisions?
Holes don't always leave something weaker. Look at lace. Part of what makes it beautiful are the holes, the empty spots.
I've read books where the author has detailed everything. "First they rummaged around in their rucksack and pulled out some matches. They gathered twigs and piled them in the fire ring. They struck a match and tried to shield it from the wind" and it continues like that. The readers don't need every single detail. There needs to be some holes to make the story beautiful instead of tedious.
What are you showing in your MS and what are you leaving up to the reader?