There's certainly nothing wrong with asking. Hundreds and hundreds have asked for a million different features, lol.
In my mind, I think every time somebody asks for something, @sven looks to answer 3 questions:
1) The code will get larger - is it worth the effort, and is it worth making the code bigger?
2) Do other people really want this?
3) Is it something that really is smart and will it improve the product (and probably should have been there to begin with)?
The fact that it has not been asked before on this forum might be a sign. Let me explain both sides:
I remember when I first started with SER, I thought the same way - why can't I just get this thing started and come back to it. What happened was I filled out everything but the spin articles and summaries, and KM couldn't connect to its server because it was down. So I had to abort and I was pissed. So this is an example of maybe why it's a good idea.
But then I learned that in order to set up a project quickly, it was smart to do all my research and grunt work up front. Then I would have all my anchors in a text file, all my spins in various text files. Suddenly setting up a project became fast, and not having a draft mechanism actually helped me become organized before I started a project. Instead of having a bunch of unfinished projects, it forced me to get things done.
Just maybe not having that feature will be a good thing for you.