Yes, It does make sense for my application having parent/child parts in assemblies. It saves the user tons of time from having to verify each part manually to check for broken constraints between parts.
Thanks again Jason.
@MattS So your main concern is parts with interpart links? Not parts without links that have failed.
I think it would be useful to be able to see both cases.
Yes Bruce, just need to see the errors in the assembly environment. I model in ordered mode, so I can see the errors in the model tree in the part environment by the different icons. I'm pretty new at SE and don't have any synchronous experience, so I can't comment on that.
What Jason came up with is such as time saver. It's great!