It all depends on what you mean by 'right'. Are you talking about accuracy, something to do with 'a job done right first time', or do you mean 'right' as in ethically?
If it's a case of the former, searching for a way of doing something right isn't necessarily 'perfectionism' on its own. When you do a thorough job and then 'dot the i's and cross the t's that's going on for perfectionism. When you dot the i's, cross the t's AND add 'frills' - although not literally - that's perfectionism. HOWEVER, it's forgivable if you're a finescale modeller (you know, the type that counts the rivets and gets into a huff if someone notices there's one missing).
If you're talking about the latter, then that's between you and your conscience.