There are balance issues. Too much protein could cause problems for some, especially if there is not much fat eaten with it. At some point, you just don't need to eat any more protein, so if you are eating lots of lowfat protein, you might actually be better off eating less protein and instead eat some other things with other nutrients.
On the flip side, fat has a lot of calories. For many of us, the natural satiation mechanism will cause us to feel full and not over partake of fat, but for some of us, the satiation mechanism is broken via years of SAD and/or psychological issues, and thus for those people, it might be easier to eat too many calories when consuming fat. I have also noticed/heard that the smoking of a certain illegal substance that makes food (especially fat) taste really good will also easily cause one to overindulge, as if the body no longer notices when it is full, thus potentially causing one to feel very overly stuffed later on when it wears off. I have found it is wise to put a limit on the food available for intake in such a situation so as to prevent overindulgence.
Also, some people have trouble digesting too much fat. Once when I was in college, I was very ill for a while, and aftewards, it was many months before I could eat much fat of any kind without quickly becoming very ill again. It was probably carbs that made me sick in the first place, but the end result was fat digestion was severely damaged for a long time after that. Luckily, now many MANY years later, it's fully functional again. But for those with gallbladder problems, etc, there may be a limit to how much fat they can safely tolerate.