I ask this question from a personal point of view. I understand that pre-configured content blocks are easier to manage from a developer’s side. Implementing a client’s corporate identity is easier and the client is less likely to create an odd-looking page.
But by using pre-configured content blocks, you take away the freedom that Gutenberg offers. Just by giving the client access to Gutenberg it requires a lot of custom styling to implement the house style in the blocks and they are more likely to lay out the page oddly.
Is my above statement correct? Or do I not understand theme development well enough yet?