The thing with Neural Filters is that they are not 100% perfect yet. It took years for Adobe to really get CONTENT AWARE to work well, and now it does.
Since Neural Filters are brand new... what I would do is:
1.) Duplicate the main image.
2.) With the duplicated image, use the Neural Filter.
3.) If there are issues with the Neural Filter and that image.... toy with it as good as you can.
4.) Then go back into Photoshop and do some editing by hand.
Now, I do believe we will see each Neural Filter get better and better. It takes time. Like I said Content Aware Fill took awhile to get as good as it is now. They gave it to us early... we still needed to go in and edit after applying it. But now it does it almost perfectly. So, I would expect to see Neural Filters to get progressively better over time. Just be patient and learn how to do things by hand... it will only make you a stronger creative and will allow you to have more flexibility.