"Is it possible that a plant that's already been pollinated produce cuts of superior quality? (re-vegged)"
Good question! With a 50% chance of being right, I will say, 'No, it's not possible that a plant that's already been pollinated produce cuts of superior quality.' With certain exceptions, of course! However, if it should turn out that I am wrong, then the answer is 'Yes, it's possible that a plant that's already been pollinated can produce cuts of superior quality?' I hope this clears up any misconceptions you had about taking cuttings after pollination.
I am looking forward to hear what more experienced growers have to say. I would love to know the correct answer and why. Dang, I sure got a lot to learn!
Taking a cutting from an unpollinated branch should be the same as one taken from the same unpollinated plant in flower. However if taking one of the seeded/pollinated branches all calyxes with seeds have to be removed for it to revert to vegetative state. Would be interesting to see if it would make a difference."Although I will say Revegged cuts take awhile to veg but when they come to life the plant structure can be crazy like it was topped 20 times"
Does that mean that a plant that's already been pollinated produce cuts of superior quality? I have re-vegged plants before, not cuttings. I have never taken a cutting from a pollinated plant as the OP asks.