For example, take an LP that is 100% allocated to the Arbitrum pool when they discover that the revenue in another pool is increasing and will likely soon exceed their current income. Revenues vary over time and nothing is certain, but they decide to reallocate their contributions to 50/50 between the pools initially. To do this, they need to un-LP on Polygon and move the funds to L1 Ethereum waiting for the exit time pass. Then, they must move the funds to Arbitrum. Finally, they need to deposit into the Curve pool on Arbitrum, receiving the corresponding LP tokens. But, then it is likely that the revenue ratios between the two pools will change again shortly thereafter and a new reallocation will be necessary, requiring the lengthy, manual, error-prone process to be repeated.