But that's what we have in ice dance. We have the equivalent of a clean triple toe loop getting valued as highly as a clean triple triple, with only the GOE setting one above the other. If the triple triple landing gets stuck on the back end, it gets a lesser score than the triple toe loop, even if, on top of this, the entrance to the 3/3 is more difficult than the entrance to the solo triple. And the fans of the skater who does the solo triple point and say the other skater is sloppy and the solo jumper is superior.
The scoring system allows for this in ice dance, and that's one of the issues with ice dance's legitimacy today. The other problem isn't embedded in the system, but how it's applied. If a team is sloppy in multiple aspects of their skating, but they choreograph to make it a feature instead of a bug, the sport goes along with it instead of holding the team to account in the scores.