I’m all about this:
Seattle stop signs tend to have the relatively unhelpful “No parking within 30 feet” signs below them, but in my experience those signs simply prove how bad people are at (a) gauging distances, or (b) following the law. Assuming they’re not intended simply to be another revenue-generator for law enforcement, I would think that the practice of daylighting intersections would be far more effective. And not only at stop signs, but at mid-block crosswalks as well.
Update: It occurs to me that the mid-block crosswalk on Queen Anne Ave N has exactly this setup: