Makes good sense, mvp7.
Duke, I'm surprised you haven't been using the blip switch before this, it's yet another level of immersion. Just remember to use it judiciously as you can load up the cylinders with raw fuel which could cause a fire. As for other throttle settings on the rotaries, they do vary depending on type and year. Some had no throttle settings at all apart from full on, while others had one, two, or three different rpm settings you could run at. Some would allow you to cut out 3 or 6 cylinders for short periods of time to give you 2/3 or 1/3 power respectively, while others had a limited range of mixture adjustment you could fiddle with in flight. Still, the blip switch was the main control for most of them.