Not a plain grey box, but close to it - you should be able to strike a
balance; all of that extra detail is contained in the separate
representation. An actual object library can also be used if your
wireframing supports them. Although I suspect no matter what software you
utilise, synchronising instances of a panel will require some effort.
Other caveats: the final choice will necessarily depend on how you feel most
comfortable working :)
> Thanks Steve,
> Your answer is clear except that I don't quite understand how you
> technically avoid the problem that a child panel wireframe, contained
> in another drawing document, and copied to the parent wireframe in
> scenarios 1, 2, 3, can get out of sync when its source is modified? Do
> you mean (by the "simple representation") that you don't copy but
> instead show a plain gray box with a reference? In this case, doesn't
> it affect the visual presentability of the parent wireframe?