I'm glad you focussed on a proper unit; this thread, from the start had an approach like this: Consider the sentence, "The lower court case was decided correctly, the judges ruled." Now let's ask the question: Is THIS a proper phrase, "correctly the judges"? It's not in the dictionary!I haven't read the whole of the thread, but like Andy and Loob I find it "odd" and I wouldn't have used is common enough [...], so as to make myself. I would judge it bad style, for BE at least, but perhaps it's generally accepted nowadays.
What's also worth mentioning is that even simpler, similar sentences, such as "I'm going outside so as to exercize my legs" are quite stiffly formal, even awkward.