Yes, but it's an annoyance to have to go through the procedure to get it off your Watchlist's error report. For one thing, I always wonder whether I might have missed something, so I go back and check the FAG memorial, just to be certain, even if I've left a note about a discrepancy on the profile. It's time-consuming.
And I've found that, even if I deliberately leave a link to a FAG memorial off the profile, because it contradicts the documentation I've found - I have an ancestor with a nice, non-contemporary gravestone which says he died in 1898; I found him living with a daughter in the 1900 US Census - that comparison program will flag the "error" for me to deal with.
As I said, I would like to have a nice little button next to the date/place of death fields which tells the program in advance to disregard the FAG data for that profile.
Edit: On second thought, Danielle, you have the right idea: No button; just get rid of the comparison program - and for exactly the reason you cite. It's nice when you can see a photo of a stone, and sometimes that's the only evidence of the date of death (or birth) you have, but it should be a last resort, not a stand-by.