Rooster, for example. I appreciate that they want the player to always have something to do, and so when there's a lead part you're playing it and when there isn't you're playing rhythm. But is it really necessary to chart a 5th fret chord followed a quarter note later with a note on the 16th fret? Wasn't this something the pro authors have explicitly said their trying to avoid?
Bad Moon Rising is an even better example, where you're playing a pretty quick rhythm part, then you have to jump up for a quick --12-9-- on the high E, and then right back into the rhythm part. Really the lead parts in this song are tightly spaced enough that I wouldn't feel at all gypped by not having the rhythm in between.