You asked a question, I answered it.
Has nothing to do with CoP or PCS, really.
I do wish Ando had Bonaly's Spinning ability and flexibility, though...
If you know how jumping works, Bonaly's quad is even MORE impressive because her air position is so bad (from a top skater) that it isn't even funny. She tended to be quite square when she rotated (a bad position to land in for checking out of jumps, a bad position for rotation since she often was not rotating properly on her right side i.e. backspin position), which led to a lot of her landings being a bit off axis and not having any flow. That's why she had to swing her leg around a lot, to counter-balance the landing and force herself onto an edge. She did a lot to counter her own rotation and was still able to get it that far around. That is very impressive and a huge testament to her athleticism (since she tended to fully rotate all of her triples back then, and could to triple-triples as well as splits into triples, back flips into triples, etc.).
With better coaching, Bonaly could have been doing 2 different quads (Toe, Salchow) and quad toe combinations before Lillehammer rolled around (in addition to having significantly better skating skills and choreography).
As for the interim system being too draconian, that's your opinion. I think there is too much margin for error these days, and the penalties are not stiff enough for some things like falls, URs, and edge calls. It's to the point where a lot of skaters ignore fixing those obvious issues (cause it's on their protocol every time, especially the edge calls for Lutzes or Flips) and instead just don't repeat the jump in their program (Mao/Wagner/Osmond one Lutz only, Gold one Flip only). Etc.