I’m glad you found this useful. As I stated in the article annotation will do nothing for your SSIS package performance, but will make it easier to read. So, I’m not making any warranties that your broken SSIS packages will run successfully if you create and configure your package annotations as described.
The article discussed several formatting features so it may have seemed a bit much to digest at once, but once you know what you want for your annotations, a collection of Search and Replace strings to run against your packages will turn around your annotation updates in no time.
Our packages are often generated from our app, which, in addition to the rest of the package, automatically provides the desired features in our annotation, so implementing these features is not an issue and can be pretty much effortless. We’re already tooling up for Denali; just need to wait and see what their final will look like.