Nope. For various reasons.
1 - My first baby was breech, so I had a caesarean section ('untested' pelvis etc). VBAC (vaginal birth after caesar) can be dangerous, and is recommended to be 'attempted' in hospital (where if all turns to custard, one can have another section!).
2 - It's not just my life in my hands at the birth of a child - it's that small, perfect, innocent being - it would be selfish of me to risk that wee being because I want to birth alone. But only me personally. Also....I would prefer to be close to help if something went wrong - so assisted helps me feel safer!
3 - I'm a Health Professional....medicalised procedures feel comfortable to me, so they don't bother me. My birth plan with my first was simple - "What ever needs to happen to keep us both safe, can (and should) happen" - which is why I have no issues with having had a c section as some women who don't even consider them as an option but have to have one do. I think my profession helped me more comfortable.
That being said - if someone has looked into the risks and benefits of birthing unassisted before deciding to do that and has decided that it is best for them and their child - then I'm okay with their choices - they may not be mine, but I have no right to tell others what their choices should be.