Certainly a minority and uninformed point of view. But then, the ratings still seem mysterious to many even though it's just your score turned into a more precise value for how you threw that round. The value of the ratings is that they completely account for the different conditions in each round on each different type of course. That's why ratings will be used and not scores because scores would not be fair. Not only that, the ratings work even better than scores in certain situations where players compete at the same event.
There are several big events each year where some divisions have multiple pools and play different courses at different times under different conditions. Or, a giant division plays the same course at different times under different conditions during the day. The conditions can easily be 2-4 throws tougher for a third to half of a pool in a division than others in a round. For some reason, we seem to think this is okay and use an excuse like, "Well, that's just how it goes. Sometimes you get the breaks and sometimes you don't but it all evens out."
Well, these unequal conditions that happen all of the time at our highest level events are significantly reduced when round ratings are used in place of scores. The global event will have more of a level playing field than any multiple pool or tee time start event because the true value of the scores as turned into ratings will be dynamically generated based on the actual course conditions each round. We already have 6 sites committed and another 10 working out their plans to jump on board. We haven't even had time to start talking to the potential International sites but a few have already asked for information. It's going to be big and a view of future big scale compeitions.