I've had to make it happen up high in rough air where the baskets were just absolute wrecking balls. I think you're bonkers for doing it down low where the air is just sloppy on a standard day. I've heard they use a different drogue. Perhaps one that is more stable at that slow of a speed?Still waiting in my turn, but the systems provided by the digital FCS and coupled control modes make it far far safer than what dudes were doing just a decade ago.
The areas where “stuff happens” are still there, but the transitions between them get far simpler and provide more control to the steps of the process.