That's what I'm shooting in steel matches/USPSA right now. To be honest, the MOS system kind of sucks, but it's kind of awesome at the same time. Glock (I think) made the most of what the could and tried to give people a gun that could easily take micro red dots, for once actually actually leading the trend (anyone remember how long it took them to release a subcompact, single stack 9?). Anyway, it's got all the plates to take every kind of optic, but they all kind of suck at the same time. For the Burris, and I'm pretty sure for the Vortex, you'll need some screws besides what is included with the Burris or MOS system, and you'll need to file them down to get the MOS plate to fit flush. https://www.amazon.com/Traxxas-2550-Coun...=traxxas+screws
Not a big deal once it's set up, but kind of a pain that they couldn't just include several screws that were already cut to the right length. I know that's not what you care about, but I just wanted to give you a quick overview of why a lot of people are frustrated with the MOS system. Aaaaaanyway, to answer your question more directly, the MOS system doesn't have a QD option. Just because it is strictly a screw-held mounting system, there's no way to go QD. That said, it's easy to remove the RDS if you want to go back to irons. You don't even have to remove the plate if you don't want to- you can just use your hex key to unscrew those two little screws and call it a day.
If you decide that fiddling with a system like the MOS isn't for you, there are mounts that fit into your rear sight dovetail and can be removed with just a hammer and punch. Besides that, your options are limited.
Ultimately, I think that the MOS system is best, and you'll find yourself just keeping the red dot on the gun. If you want to do irons only, you can just buy some that you can see through the window, and keep the dot off. But since I put a red dot on my Glock, I haven't gone back.