I don’t disagree with you. I could only speak from my own experience. My eyes seem work in tandem. Testing both eyes together on the Snellen will give me a bit extra clarity vs. each eye separate, even for the dominant eye.
I am not advising anyone to disregard their difference in cm to blur when deciding what lenses to use. I have a lens test kit, and was able to test it live before I ordered same strength for both eyes, both distance (my husband was driving while I was looking at the details around me through the test frame/lenses) and close up . It worked for me. I was comfortable with it.
The final proof for me was that my non-dominant eye continued to improve right along with the dominant one, albeit with a tiny time lapse. Not only that, but the cm to blur always seem to hover right around half cm difference, no mater the acuity.
I was aware of the risk, so I was on the lookout for problems with my first pair of equalized lenses.
However, my experience aside, maybe there is a good reason why Jake recommends waiting until the last diopter to equalize. How many times have I read on the forum: “Jake was right” about any one topic you might choose. ??