It would be cool but probably not worth the time.
Anyway, using the same size features, and setting them up differently. On the one setup, make everything perfect, but then throw some death cookies on the edges, round the corners out, put some bumps along the side of the rail etc.
On the other setup, make it a little janky. Have the take off pitches leaning to the side, or make them too quick/too steep, not wide enough etc, but leave the edges of the take off cut super clean, clean up around the rails and make it look perfect.
Have people hit both setups and see what they prefer. The one setup would ride better, but would they prefer it? How much does the was something looks, how inviting it seems play into the overall enjoyment of it?
Does a better looking setup make it a better riding setup?
Personally I think it would to an extent. When something is set up nice, you real more confident hitting it. That confidence is a huge part of our sport. Im not sure it would override how much better the other setup was, but I definitely think that appearance plays a large factor in the parks, and how we perceive them.