Window UDT indirect binding performance questions

Are there any known issues/performance hits if we indirectly bind an entire UDT vs. indirectly binding the individual properties in the UDT? This would be for faeplates or popups.

What I’m trying to understand, is if there is a custom property on the faceplate or popup that is of the type that the faceplate/popup is designed for, would it hurt us at all to indirectly find that entire UDT vs indirectly binding each of the properties used? I know that passing the UDT to the popups have caused issues in the past, so we always pass in a string tag path and indirectly bind using that information. But what if there is a custom property that is of the type I wanted?