I love electronic drums in the practice room and sometimes in the studio. They are just great.
But on stage, having electronic drums means one more stage-monitoring task which the sound guy must get perfect in order to not ruin your show.
I can get through a song with four broken strings and a drunken vocalist, so long as I can hear the drums properly, and as long as I'm standing near a real drum set I know I'll always hear the drums, even through earplugs. But if the "drummer" is just playing mesh heads and rubber cymbals and something goes wrong with the monitoring system, I might as well drop my guitar and walk off the stage. The gig's over.