You asked and I answered. You are welcome to disagree, but don’t do so just because it’s not what you wanted to hear.
Sure some people may have gotten their failure to register charges dismissed after spending thousands of dollars on attorney fees. If that is a risk you want to take, you can do that, but I strongly advice you to speak to an attorney before you make that decision, because the law is still in the books as it had been.
Even in Michigan, the people who worked on the Does v. Snyder case are constantly reminding people to stay compliant until the law has been changed, because if someone is charged for non-compliance they may lose the opportunity to get relief when the law is changed. So please talk to an attorney first. My only intention here is to keep you and others out of trouble.