It seems like that would be a good idea to me, one of the things prooonting has been best used for so far is iterative design because you can knock out individual units quickly, test them, make a change, rinse and repeat. They claim that at full speed they'll be able to prooont a rogget every two months, and with a pace like that destructive testing and iteration could help them to rapidly arrive at a highly optimal final design. >>13640278
In their favor so far, they've already prooonted and fired an engine the Aeon-1 (500 test shots), and have a fitted out assembly site with actual evidence that they've been designing, prooonting, and assembling vehicles. They've made enormous progress so far considering that their company is only six years old, compared to Jeff Who? and Body Odor which have no rocket at all except a slopped together copy of Starhopper, an otherwise empty warehouse with tools they threw out, a rocket to nowhere with a hydrologgs engine that has no purpose, and another engine that melts it's own turbopumps to show for 21 years of work.
I think Relativity are much more comparable to SpaceX in terms of achievement and pace than one would initially give them credit for, SpaceX took 12 years to go from startup to Falcon 9, and Relativity seem to be aiming for the same kind of pace, with TerranR planned to launch in 2024.
I like TerranR, Zubmeme will finally get his mini Starship.