The difference on how you set mine, or play pp's difers greatly between ring , and tournies. I'm a tourney guy, so take it for what it's worth.
There is a point in tourneys, a few orbits in, when the insanity has calmed, and you probably can limp pp's early position, a time or 2 per hour maybe. In order to pull this off tho you want to feel confident that the table has calmed, and that u don't fall in love with that pp.
Of course better position is well, better, and if it is one of those sessions where the cards are flowing well, then don't bother with the babies. But flowing cards don't happen often, so a cautious approach which includes fit or fold, but is not exclusively fit or fold, works for me.
Bottom line for me is I want to believe I understand the table before I get too loose about babies.
Likewise, there are times with a hand like TT or JJ where even with position, the action dictates they aren't worth the price to play.