Not usually. But its your choice.
Look, this elevator tweaking is never really necessary. The system knows how to handle spinning storage and SSDs, and sets defaults that are very reasonable.
Yes, you might wring out a .05% better performance in some cases if you tweak the settings for CERTAIN workloads. Maybe. You’d never be able to prove it, because it would be immeasurably small.
But if you are sure Philm is wrong for allowing the change, and Linus Trovolds has his head up his ass as well, then by all means, tweak away. You probably won’t notice any difference, but are unlikely to do any harm.