If the comments submitted so far are any indication, there'd be no reason for the FCC or anyone else consider accommodating the amateur service for anything. With few exceptions, no one is really answering the questions on the notice. It's just like reading comments on eHam! A few guys got it right and commented intelligently, but it's pretty underwhelming so far.
This is normal. Over the past ten years or so that I've paid any attention to FCC proceedings related to amateur radio, it is typical for the vast majority of comments filed by hams to be irrelevant, illiterate, emotional, or irrational; or some combination. I don't think FCC takes that noise into consideration.
For most radio amateurs under the grey cloud of an HOA or some other property restriction it can be a very emotional issue. You can bet that the counter-arguments (probably some lobbyist group with a ton of lawyers) are going to write much more coherent and logically based arguments. As we know, once the FCC went into the frequency auctioning business much of their behavior has been driven by the commerce/commercial (AKA money) side of things and not based upon sound technical decisions.
If you have followed the BPL/PLC debates of a few years ago you even find that the FCC deliberately omitted technical evidence produced by their own staffers to favor the commercial deployment and acceptance of HF interference caused by BPL/PLC systems.
If the FCC wants to impress me they should can the entire staff of the commission and set a minimum qualification of being an engineer to sit on the commission. That would leave room for commercial interests, non-profits and amateur radio operators. While many engineers have been "tainted" by the sales and marketing types they still have a few blood cells that remember the time when things were based upon scientific truths, logic and semi-rational decisions. Leave the hacks in congress since the FCC really just writes recommendations of what gets included into CFR 47.