The counterarguments are plain and simple: "we have no stalled fermentation, we have no diacetyl, we have no acetaldehyde."
I think it can be done if managed properly. However, it is a step that can also cause problems if not. It is also a completely unnecessary step and looking to fix a problem that does not exist in the first place.
I have experienced autolysis before but never on homebrew batches that were kept on the primary yeast for up to 6 weeks after fermentation has been finished when kept cold. Simply not a problem.
I can tell you that for me, on 30 and 60 bbl batches, I get the beer clear in the fermentor first. Then rack clear beer over to the BBT to carbonate. Generally, once beer is in BBT it is only there for 24-72 hours. Of course, I do have the luxury of dumping yeast, but I still assert it is not necessary on 5-10 gallon batches. And I absolutely know for certain you can get crystal clear beer in the primary.