yeah, in theory it would work, but I don't know if it would be any easier or more fun. You would be exposing the beer to more air for a short period of time, (counter pressure uses CO2 to purge the bottle). And then there is trying to dial in the CO2 pressure to account for any loss.
I know some folks (award winning brewers) will just simply hook to a vinyl tube to a tap and fill bottles or growlers for same day use, while using counter pressure set up for bottles they send to competitions.
I think it all comes down to how many bottles you want to fill and for how long. I have a few 2 qt ceramic cap bottles, a large growler and a 1.75 mini keg. Beer stays in the keg until the day I want to bring some with me and then chose a container sized accordingly with the vinyl tube method. I suppose if I was to bottle to submit to competitions or give away, I'd spend the time and invest in a counter pressure method.
I'm thinking aloud here, but if I was ending up bottling a portion of my 5 gal brews on a regular basis. I'd use say a 3 gal keg and force carb , while bottling the other 2 gals and naturally carb for predictable quality and ease. The availability of different size kegs gives us more options to accommodate out needs and uses.