Non-ghosting LEDs will prevent flickering in the case where a bulb is supposed to be unlit, but you'll see subtle flickering. This is because there is a small amount of voltage at the socket that wasn't enough to illuminate an incandescent bulb...but it's enough to illuminate an LED.
LED OCD boards are primarily designed to deal with fading effects. These fading effects which were originally designed for incandescents just don't look as smooth with LEDs. Example: the LOTR Fellowship inserts pulse in and out during gameplay. Installing LEDs makes this effect choppy, but the LED OCD will fix it.
Unless I'm missing something, most WPC games do not use fading effects on inserts during gameplay...however it's likely that attract mode will be smoothed out with LED OCD.
I've never used LED OCD for GI...but it's unnecessary in most games because the GI is either fully on, or fully off (ie: no fading effects). Does Dirty Harry have GI fading effects? A few games I can think of that have noticeable effects are Addams Family and Theater of Magic. Many WPC games also have an option in the settings to turn off GI dimming.
TL;DR Non-ghosting bulbs will likely fix most of your issues. I would try those before going full LED OCD. (If you buy non-ghosting bulbs from Comet, and decide that it isn't enough and you want LED OCD, you can return the bulbs and we'll refund you (because for the LED OCD boards it's better to have standard LEDs, rather than non-ghosting)).