After thinking about it, the only way I could see this being easier would be if they had designed it so that you could pull the strings through the back, like a a Strat bridge, have the ball seated in the block (like a Strat) THEN you clamp the string at the saddle as normally.
No faster than stringing with the balls at the headstock, BUT, in a pinch this could make for a faster single string replacement in an emergency situation since you wouldn't need to find your string cutter at all . . .
But then there's still the Top-Loc, and stretching, and floating and . . .
Oh forget it, it works as it is, I'm going to watch Kirsten Dunst and Eliza Dushku jump around in cheerleader outfits and pretend I'm 10 years younger . . . :-D