Good sew-ups give an incredible ride, if you have the option it would be great for a “Sunday morning” set of wheels, or if you’re actually racing, but there is no way you would want to deal with the flats and repairs on an everyday set of wheels. It would be horrendous.
I have them on my race bike but I would be leery about using them on the street. While they do eliminate the risk of pinch flats, which is admittedly the cause of most of my commuting flats, if they pick something up its not a quick fix. Yes you can pre-set the glue but its not a fast process. There are also the “fix-a-flat” type sealants but those can turn into a huge mess.
On a side note, gluing a tubular is something a lot of people cant do correctly so if you commuted on them you could definitely hone those skills.