I agree that flying your aircraft with the fairings removed is easy to do, but that is where the easy portion ends. If you already have drilled the attachment holes for both the wheel pants and gear leg intersection fairings you cannot just reposition them, you have to glass the holes shut and then guess where to put the new attachment holes. My statement to "guess" where to move the fairings is an assumption that they were located correctly to begin with. If one was to find a wheel pant or fairing that was not streamlined after rechecking this would be an easy fix, but if there isn't no "smoking gun" then it is more difficult to figure out which component to rework.
The only fairing that can be easily moved or adjusted without any major rework is the lower portion of the NLG fairing, which can be accomplished by loosening the lower hose clamp and twisting the fairing either to the left or right. I know this because I reinstalled my NLG lower fairing clamp first and then didn't notice when I was moving the upper intersection fairing so I could install the screws I was putting a slight twist into the fairing. This caused me a little head scratching to figure out why doing an oil change caused my ball to not be centered.