It's only bad for the tranny if you fuck it up. My buddy has rounded off all the engagement dogs in 2nd on his 'Busa. It likes to pop out of second.
Basically, make sure you don't preload the shifter too much, and don't apply force until you're chopping the throttle.
The alternative is to slightly fan the clutch to unload the dogs rather than chopping the throttle. There's no need to pull the clutch all the way in to snap off upshifts, despite what the MSF fascists say. If practiced, fanning the clutch is faster than using the throttle (when blasting to 1320 feet, anyway).
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