The Grease trick works great on Pro's bikes that get scrubbed clean every race and generally have entire drivetrain replacements often.
IME-Prolink is a joke for wet and muddy, never in my 19 years of riding have I experienced the level of chain suck as I did on Prolink. Fine for dry riding (certainly better than wax) but a terrible foul weather lube.
Since I started using Bar and Chain Oil I have not experienced chain suck at all and my chain wear has been significantly reduced. I have tested it in both the nastiest conditions and in the dry and dusty desert and it works as good as ANY bicycle lube on the market. The trick is proper application and in the really muddy days to ride through puddles to wash the mud off (don't worry, the oil stays on the chain).
Here is a picture from a particularly muddy ride last winter, all I did is wipe down the chain after the ride and was good for several more rides.