Years ago I had a run of 7 or 8 astringent batches. I was doing BIAB. I had switched to a paint strainer bag which was much coarser than the cheesecloth bags I had been using. I was shredding my husks pretty badly. I was squeezing the bag like it owed me money. I was ending up with a lot of husk material in the BK. I was basically doing everything wrong, except my mash pH and sparge water temp, which were in the right range.
Because of that, I'm concerned about shredded husks. Too concerned? Probably. It takes maybe three minutes or so to reset my mill's gap and run the grist through again. So in the course of a brewday, it's hardly any additional work. Necessary? Probably not, since it sounds like it's a lot more fussing than you guys do.
Having mostly intact husks does lauter much better, and I haven't needed rice hulls when using a lot of wheat. I get a lot of flour because of the fine crush, but the husks set the grain bed up pretty well.
So, I dunno. I guess I just wanted to see if this was a "typical" crush or not.