I've played from many of the scores I posted, and many more similar to them.
I suppose it depends on the piece and what the notation is trying to communicate. I tend to prefer scores that deal with sounding results rather than physical motion, as that can often be misleading, or require additional layers of "pencil" notation to be added to the score.
But it really comes down to what size/shape/parameters you (as a composer) want the performers to focus on while learning/performing the piece. Notation is NOT an absolute thing, even in the strictest of approaches. So the notation acts as a (very colored) filter through which the music is communicated 'through' (simplifying music to 'communication' for the sake of this metaphor).