Do you mean this hand count is your method of choice already? You can surely do what you want, of course, but this seems foolhardy to run with a system only because it has not been proven to be ineffective. (Especially one that so many have serious questions about.) Would it not be wiser to run with a system that is proven to work while evaluating this system?
Also, you stated in a previous post that you realized that penetration was important in traditional counting systems. Not having satisfactory penetration available does not mean you should adopt a system that does not require penetration, but demonstrates no reason for not needing it. KO does not require RC/TC conversion, but V&F explain in great detail why it does not.
Good luck, but I doubt there will be a prize in the Crackerjack Box.