I think you are missing the point. Yes, the blue tape will get the job done... But frog tape works BETTER. So why not just use it instead?
And yes, its better to peel PD rather than tape when it comes to small trim. But like I mentioned earlier... when it comes to things like stripes on your hood, or other applications where you are not painting the entire surface of something and need clean tape lines... Frog Tape and peel when wet. No mess, no fuss, no redoing it afterwards.
Oh by the way, you mentioned that PD is temporary (usually a year if you baby it is what most people agree)... I thought people might be interested to know that I once dipped the whole hood of my friends BMW... Bought a big bottle of rubbing alcohol and microfiber cloth to prep the hood first, then used VERY light coats (about ten in total, the first 3-4 coats hardly showed the PD color.) Well, 2 1/2 years and 35,000 miles later it looks brand new. Its never been touched up. Been through weekly car washes and hes used a pressure washer on it multiple times. This doesnt mean its permanent by any means, but thats much longer than most expect out of PD. The difference between a good paint job and a great paint job is the prep work.