I have many Pateks that have gone back to Geneva for restoration. Not only is the movement serviced, but the dial has been restored back to original condition. Most all collectors think this is sacrilegious.
My decision to restore a watch, really begins with the condition of the watch prior to restoration. The movement has significant issues, the case also has problems (bent lugs, deep scratches...) and the dial has been significantly compromised. I'm not talking about an even beautiful patina, but an ugly stained dial with diminished value. The hand and marker may be incorrect and usually pitted and discolored.
These are watches "collectors" pass on. I see the potential of what it could be and go from there.
I would have no problem with anything you listed, as long as the work was completed by VC.
Good luck and make sure you post photos!