In evaluating a strategy like this, I think you should measure how much wonging-out you will do. According to the Sim that I ran, you left 75% of the Shoes.
I used SBA, and took the default of 1 player playing 1 spot. Rules were S17-DAS-LS, and 75% penetration. The IBA is about .35%, and the SCORE comes out to about 9.
Bond Trader mentioned comps. I think this is a poor strategy for comps. Many casinos will start a new rating slip for each table you play. If you only play 2 or 3 hands from a Shoe, they probably won�t even bother to write one. Even if you play for the full Shoe, they may not start writing the slip until you are part way through.
I estimate that you would complete 1 shoe an hour, on average. I would guess that you get about 10 minutes of rated time for that hour. There will no problem with your average bet, since it is flat. But you won�t get credit for your time.
I would suggest putting together different strategy, with a small (maybe 1-2) spread that does less �leaving�. You will have situation where you can play 2 or 3 partial shoes back-to-back. Then you may get credit for your bathroom breaks on your rated time.
I partially agree with Big Player regarding your longevity. If you bet green, you won�t be noticed. Even if you bet black, you won�t be noticed at the Carpet stores. But I think if your betting Purple or Orange, they would notice a guy doing so MUCH table hoping. Maybe 20 years ago they would not, but I think casinos have gotten more knowledgeable on this.