Rule of thumb where I work is to show as many driving dimensions (dimensions in your model) on the face of the drawing as possible. It is so nice to pull up a drawing where the dimensions are driving dimensions, not created dimensions and make the changes on the drawing without ever pulling up the part. Of course, there should be relationships in the part controlling if one dimension is changed and other geometry has the same dimensional value, it should follow the change made on the drawing. It is so much more difficult to attempt to work on a part change where the dimensions on the drawing are created dimensions. You can go to the model and the dimension scheme does not match the drawing and you are stuck trying to figure out which dimensions in the model need changed. Once you get used to showing dimensions, you can go through a 100 feature part to create the drawing in less than a day. Also, you ensure proper design intent by redefining features, if necessary to display properly on your drawing.