How feasible is the hydrolysis of vinyl silanes with TBAF? Does it actually happen or some other routine must be used?
According to This article, vinylsilanes are stable in TBAF solutions, allowing other silyl groups to be removed selectively. They can be activated in the presence of TBAF using palladium similarly to a halide, though.
This link shows C2-trialkylsilylalkenes being cleaved with potassium t-butoxide, 16-crown-8 and TBAF. I'll look more thoroughly when I get to a computer, though.
I also found this example, but it had no reference, so I'll try to find one: