Sitefinity is able to handle pretty much all of the static content pages our site requires, however there are a few sections which require script on a page for say a survey, or contact form. Since the sections are so different, the code is not really reusable, so I'm wondering then what the performance and organizational considerations are for implementing these pages as external pages instead of embedding a user control inside a sitefinity page.
It seems like developing a user control just to embed it into a sitefinity page creates a lot of overhead (for example, having to register the control in web.config when it will only be used on one page) when we can just develop the page directly and then link to it as an external page. are there any disadvantages to either approach that are not immediately obvious? the practical conclusion at which I've arrived is "it doesn't make a difference do whatever is easier" but I'd like to know from a developing and performance standpoint what the difference is.