What I am trying to convey is that I think there is too much praise for completing the rotations and not enough for staying upright (with good outflow) on the landing.
Jumping into the air, rotating four times, then falling down -- IMHO that is not something that we should encourage by manipulations of the code of points.
Putting exceptional blade and edge skills to the service of interpretation and choreography -- that is something we want to encourage.
The goal of a quad jump is to do the rotations and land the jump. In sports, it is quite rare and, in my opinion, somewhat suspect, to give big points for attempting to do something, but falling short of the goal.
Plus -- darn it -- don't fall down if you want someone to say, "That was a fine performance -- here is your medal."