Go to Manteca and watch one of the non-conference open tournaments. You will find a number of conference players on throw together teams, local C teams that do not wish to travel, and some D teams all in the same tournament. Every game is played by the exact same rules regardless of what two teams are involved.
As I keep trying to explain this is what happens at an OPEN TOURNAMENT, CONFERENCE IS AN OPEN PROGRAM. This is not a higher classed team with nowhere to play a certain weekend asking if they can enter a tournament if they spot runs, it is a collective group saying this is my team let's play all by the same rules, just as occurs locally in open tournaments.
Personally, having seen the Sunnyvale Valve days and also Andy's career throughout the years, I know for a fact that he would welcome more Major teams to compete against every tournament. However, you should know that he is not the type to play down to pad his ego. If a lower or up and coming team wants to challenge him then they must go up to his level and bring their best open roster to do so and he has earned that right.
Again, major is, always has been and always should be unlimited. To insinuate that Andy or any other Major player should be forced to drop down classifications, which is what you are requesting by saying they should play on restricted rosters, is nonsensical. All it would accomplish is pushing other players and teams to sandbag down to avoid them at worlds, which by the way would undue all the efforts to classify players properly and force upward movement as has been going on for multiple years now.
Perhaps you really should go attend some conference tournaments in 2020 to see the parity that has been created between the teams that are registered in the conference. Don't try to point at local teams that entered just for the heck of it.