I have to say, I do find Blades of Passion's basic idea an intriguing one. Figure skating is not an obstacle course; the rules should not be something for skaters to stumble over.
This is how I understnd BoP's proposal. Let's say your first element is 3Lo+3T+2T. Your rotation on the 3T is iffy -- the tech panel calls the element 3Lo+2T+2T (although the skater may not be aware of what the call was).
Now you do 3A+2T. BoP's idea is that you haven't Zayaked until you do the second revolution of the 2T. You should get 0 points for that illegal second revolution. But you did do a legal one revolution jump (with a bizarre spin-around on the landing ), so you should get credit within the rules for a 3A+1T combo.
I do not see any objection to that.
The reality is only select skaters in select competitions were negatively affected by these rules. Of course scoring can always get bette or previous rules can be reneged. For example the UR rules are stricter now with quarter landing being insufficient and a clean jump needing less than that. We could see a ton of protocols adversely affected.