Of course not. But then, no one is suggesting I do so.
Judging by experience with Hybrid signings, the signers will have been required to preview and electronically sign their closing documents prior to their RON appointment. I expect to be identifying them, doing my electronic journal entry, watching them sign a document, reviewing their signatures, then affixing my electronic stamp before moving on to the next document. I will provide the same quick description of the documents I do now.
However, remember - they will have been REQUIRED to have completed 90% of the signing before I sign on. All those issues about... "Hey, this isn't the amount I was quoted!" or "Wait, I was told I wouldn't have to make a payment until..." or "That's not the payment I was told I'd be making!" will have been addressed. No delays while I call a loan officer and wait... and wait... and wait on hold. No at-the-table cancellations.
The previous discussion referenced $25 for a single document signing. For signings that require additional notarial acts - and you know they will - I intend to charge a negotiated total. Not sure yet what that total will be. Market pressure will play a big part.