NO! There has to be a point where the game remains a true game. And umpires are part of the game. They already have went too far with the instant replay. It's always been accepted that each umpire has his own zone. Some are low ball umpires some have a large outside corner, few have a large inside corner. If someone is calling the ball on the black consistently, being surprised by that third strike means you expected him to change it just for you. Players aren't perfect, managers aren't perfect, and umpires are not perfect. Years ago my son took a called third strike on a pitch that was on the low end of the strike zone. Or lower, to end the game. On the way home he was furious. I asked him if he was aware "Cookie" was a low ball ump? He said he certainly was aware, and that "Cookie" had always been not only a low ball ump, but a big call ump. So I said why are you mad? You knew that when you went up there. It's an adjustment to the game, same as playing two steps in when Buxton is up.
After all, we all want a Yankees fan named Phil Cuzzi calling a nice XBH foul in a playoff game. That is what we want?
The sole purpose of umpiring is to get the call correct. That is true in the NBA, NFL, MLB, etc. Anything we can do to improve the odds of this is important.