It's an interesting obstacle inherent in the design. The plastic grommets work great as long as the remain in place. People have retro-fittedthe 2015 versions with rubber grommets and they seem to work and the original reinforced material is there as a backup. The update to the 2016 version involves the addition of small stainless rings attached to the adjacent bridle anchor and redirects some of the load on activation to avoid dislodging the grommet.
The similar system in the Viron 2 works well and is in a closed cell but it draws from the leading edge and while the cells maintain internal pressure and form it can't compress nearly as much as the open cell Re-Ride equipped kites. So when the closed cell is down it it still affected by the wind.
With the Re-Ride I can land an 8m foil in 30kts and hold the kite with one finger. Instead of anchoring a kite, walking down, packing the wing and wrapping the lines we are landing on the Re-Ride, wrap the first meter of Re-Ride line and the wrap all the lines, bringing the kite to us. Then simply pack the wing and you're done.
On smaller closed cells a similar system would be great. On larger, it would be less so I think. Unless you could dump the internal pressure at the same time which for tyhjose of you on water, maybe not the best feature.