I don't think that's a desirable thing to have, it just pushes people to homogenize their skating. Instead of trying to be brilliantly artistic or brilliant at jumps, it encourages people to just be "okay" at everything. 80-80 doesn't deserve to beat 60-100 or 100-60.
BTW, how are you arriving at those numbers of '75' and '80'? It should be 60 and 64 (which is the same on a percentage basis, so I'm curious where you got 75 and 80 from).
No, my numbers are correct.
I see it differently....why not incentivise skaters to be good at everything? That is the point of it all. If this is your grievance then this system is perfect since even though the discrepancy in my numbers is so great, the difference in points is not even that large (and no skater gets perfect 80 on PCS). Sasha if I take her, compared to a skater with 80-80 will need 7 more TES points on the old system to win in the new system (107-60 = 80.25), and if she increased her PCS by 4 points (100-64 = 80) then she would match 80-80.
The problem with the system for those that want a big impact is more that it does almost nothing at all. For a PCS difference of 5 for example, the added advantage for the person with more PCS compared to the old system is maybe 1 point or even less.
80-75 = 75
85-70 = 74.375
86-70 = 75.25