Daniel (S), Brian, i think your view on this subject is biased by the fact that you built that library.
I can understand why you'd think that, but allow me to correct. My view is biased by the fact that I built the _first_ such library, and it was pretty annoying, and I want to save future programmers from this unnecessary annoyance. And that we're working on language support that virtually guarantees that others will want to write similar Java libraries. If this were just about compilers emitting bytecode, I wouldn't care.
And i will re-use the argument than Brian use rightly about java.lang.invoke, not a lot of people will write BSMs, so modifying an already complex API call (callsite info * lazy loading of constants * conversion of bsm arguments * varargs) to take care of hiding potentially unused arguments only for few users does not worth the added complexity.
I am saying that I imagine a future where the number of people writing BSMs for condy is at least 100x bigger than it has been historically. Again, if I thought this was just about me and you and Charlie, I wouldn't care. But I don't think that's the case here.