However your explanation assumes that you have a weak opponent who would rather pause the fight and simply block an attack he is uncomfortable with as opposed to doing some oji waza. I have to say if you attempted that in our dojo you would be on the recieving end of a debanna men / kote the moment you 'attempt' to make your opponent think you are attacking men.
I am happier in the knowledge we are drilling our technique to execute a demanna kote or men whenever the opponent moves, even at the ultimate loss of dou (in gikeiko we still drill it in kihon). Rather than practice dou whilst being reliant on a dojo-mate blocking (then us as sempei are probably teaching this blocking notion either directly in class or indirectly in actions).
PS. we are not anti-dou at all.... just over the years, its just not really well utilised here!