@Doublethree100 I didn't say they didn't like the idea, only that they have been averse to them in the past. Even in the case of their most popular titles, they tend to wait quite a while after release to produce a dub. For that reason, as well as limited company owned studio space, I suspect that any successful debut into same season dub (regardless of the name being given) is going to require them to use outside studios. Otherwise, they would be limited in what they're capable of in terms of the number of titles being released.
With that in mind, the first season Funimation attempted it, they only attempted two titles. However, Funimation really didn't have anyone to compete with at the time since it was a relatively new concept. In the current situation, with dubs coming nearly as fast as raw/sub, it would almost be a joke if they weren't looking at putting half of their titles on a dub roster for the current season. This is why I feel outside studios are going to be a requisite. Anything less would give the impression they were simply playing with the idea, and not serious.