Ofc, but then you may not get the name/IP address that you would like. Someone maybe got it before you and is impersonating you to extort from others. Is that useful to users or would they rather use a service which vetted against this sort of thing?
I get that having a single address with no middle men, no trusted 3rd parties, etc is useful - I would never wish to see the network without that either - but unique, memorable names, especially those used by trusted /known organisations, are useful and valuable. It would be great to have both.
Edit: btw, we have things that we don’t normally get when we use safe net. As we can validate the identity of a vault, we can warn the user when it changes. Likewise, we can bookmark the raw name, after resolving the DNS name to ensure we always go to it (why would it ever need to change on safe net?). We just need a hand resolving the URL initially in some cases.