That could work if you have a DE/sand filter and backwash a lot and/or we get good rainfall here in SE Texas.
I have a cartridge filter and with last year's drought I hit a high CYA number pretty fast using 3" tabs. I switched to a SWG within a few months after start up. So far, I've had a very good experience with my SWG.
Tablets are "bad" only if you throw them in blindly. BBB is about understanding what you're putting in your pool and why. As long as you understand the Chlorine/CYA relationship, and don't let your CYA get out of control, there's nothing wrong with using stabilized chlorine.
As another data point, I regularly keep 3" tabs in my floater in the pool. Helps maintain chlorine levels as I don't test all that regularly and don't swim all that often either unfortunately. We have lots of rain here in South Florida so I am usually draining a full pool and that helps keep the CYA in check. I also have a rising pH issue due to my spa spillover and the acidic tabs help control that issue as well. So, as mentioned above, BBB is about understanding what you are putting in your pool and why. For me, the tabs are a great solution and solve several issues.