We have a few sites where pages are programmatically populated, and thus we disable the automtaically populated fields so editors will not accidentally edit the fields. An annoyance with this is that with content area and IList properties, we are unable to see for example the page id of a linked page. Also, even though a content area should not be accessable by the editors, it would be convenient if they cound atleast access the hamburger menu for the block, so that it can be edited directly.
For pages, it would also make sense to have a way to reach the actual page without having to find the page by just looking at the name.
So in short, having some interaction enabled for Editable=false-properties of list types (ilist and content area), as well as single contentreference-properties would be helpful for editors.
Image below is a field marked with editable=false, having a small menu with a "Edit"-link to the page here, and/or disaplying the page ID in the tooltop (or even on the actual item in the list) would be good.