BMB, would you mind explaining why "being reliant on Steel-types being eliminated in order to be useful" (like in Bug/Psychic) is any more fair justitification than "being reliant on Breloom/Scizor being eliminated in order to be useful?"
While obviously we don't have statistics that answer this question precisely, I am assuming I am correct when I say that more teams have at least one steel type than have either/both of Scizor/Breloom.
Furthermore, while Bug/Psychic is not "weak" to Steel (neither is Ice/Electric or Ice/Steel for what it's worth), barring HP Fire/Fire-type coverage AND being bulky enough to live a CB Bullet Punch at 75% health post SR switch-in, (meaning Physical bulk somewhere around 80/80 or the equivalent), a Bug/Psychic CAP would lose to Scizor under normal battle scenarios anyway.
I would just like an explanation of why Breloom and Scizor are getting so much weight here. They're two Pokemon in all of OU. Yes they use priority. In a way being Fighting weak is a good thing for an Ice/Electric (my suggestion) pokemon to have. Provided it is faster than Breloom, Breloom can only come in to revenge or a prediction of a non-Ice move. Furthermore, Breloom then HAS to Mach Punch in order to not die to said Ice move. This provides the perfect opportunity to switch in anything that doesn't mind a Mach Punch in the least, such as Celebi, Salamence, Landorus-T, whatever. Prediction is inherently risky.
Being weak to Fighting (or Steel) should hardly be considered a weakness when constructing a CAP based around risk. It could even be argued, as I have, that it should be embraced.