I definitely understand this request. Safeguards that prevent you from using a system to its maximum can be very annoying. At the same time those safeguards have a real purpose and allowing them to be bypassed via a simple checkbox compromises the whole system. There are similar safeguards around SQL handling, permissions for Power Users and more.
What I would prefer to do is optionally allow some of those safeguards to be adjusted but then to make it abundantly clear to any administrator what the current security status of the system is along with audit information about who and when those changes were made.