I'm with you on this, actually. It's just the best product I've found so far for my needs. I think the low temp lamination will be the ultimate solution -- at least, I hope so. I'm undergoing some studio upheaval (moving, need more space) so it may be awhile before I can delve into lamination testing myself, but I'll be all eyes on the reports of others.
We also have to remember that no matter what anyone promises, things can go awry. The BC rep himself is the survivor of, he says, $300K of refunds that his ex employer had to provide when their all-in-one canvas process started developing cracks after installation. So while he's enthusiastic about BC's product, I still realize that intentions, like checks, can bounce. It'll be weeks of screwing around with the BC products, coating, recoating, overcoating, flexing, burning, UV testing, heat guns, scratching, stretching, spraying with liquids and on and on and on until I feel comfortable putting something on his product with my name on it in someone else's hands.
I don't recommend anyone puts anything out that they haven't tested thoroughly themselves to see just how much abuse it will take before it can fail. Part of my repro "dog and pony show" is showing artists all the possibilities, and why I chose what I did. And I invite them to ruin some canvas so they understand what they'll be getting and what kind of abuse it can take. It's a good show; they gain an understand that what they're paying for isn't just a printer and a guy with a spraygun.