If you look deep into my findings, the "no-credit" system will not affect those who have a high success rate in a difficult jump (e.g., Chan's 4T). Nan SONG, for instance, would have won the gold at Cup of China with his jumps. It may discourage people like Adelina SOTNIKOVA, who does not have a good 3Lz but strategically puts in there to get partial credits even if she falls or receives an edge call. In two GP competitions, she attempted a total of five Lutzes, out of which one was a 1Lz, four received an edge call, and two ended up with a fall. Yet if lucky, she could rack up huge points (about 9.40) with her flawed 3LzLp even after having -2 or -3 GOEs across the board!!!
The system would have placed Oda in the 4th place in 2011 Worlds. He skated two outstanding programs and missed the podium due to his "counting" ability, not skating ability. He deserved the "4th" more than the "6th". It convinced me greatly that the recommended system seems more valid in that regard.
"Fall = no credit" enables TV commentators to convey with ease to the average fans. It's conceptually simple and logical. Even if you don't buy it, please don't put a generic label onto others' motives. It is when you do so, people start to wonder about your personal agenda.