Personal choice this. I find no issue with keeping a track of my buoyancy using both drysuit and wing.
I have to disagree. In the 1980s a number of British divers drowned, tipped over and held head-down when making shallow-water entries or exits with over-inflated drysuits, but there are also rapid ascents, caused by confusion between drysuit and BC, that are equally dangerous.
And if the thing does get away from you, relax and enjoy the ride... just breath fast on the way up!
And that's just stupid, I'm afraid. Many British diving fatalities are associated with rapid ascents.