To those who are familiar with the concept of HTML 5 Outlining, something about seeing "Untitled _______" in the outline bugs me, but semantically, adding a HEADING tag isn't needed (though I could use CSS to hide it visually) ie

<section>
<p>Test</p>
</section>

Results in "UNTITLED Section", though the code is exactly what's needed.

<section>
<h1>Title Here</h1>
<p>Test</p>
</section>

Results in "Title Here" (which looks nice, but has a HEADING tag that isn't needed, and CSS needs to now make it display: none)

So am I putting too much emphasis on the outline, or should I be more concerned with the code being right?