Pros- you will have the ability to focus on worthwhile subjects in my case those subjects would be mathematics, physics, chemistry, and other sciences, and of course art and music. Therefore other subjects would be taught but not as much emphasis would be placed on them.
More Pros. Your child will be able to home school his or her kids when he or she is older.
You also can teach your child about finishing the job and don't stop at grade school or elementary -- teach him all the way through college to the point of a masters degree or even further. Then you will have truly taught the "Canon of Knowledge" to your child.
The Cons. The parent won't teach the child about meaningful relationships between friends or the casual dealings with acquaintances. Therefore, there will be some degree of the child regressing to shyness and avoiding others. Or maybe he will act like a prisoner who gets out of solitary confinement, and makes a fool of himself for the rest of his life or until it is corrected.
If it were up to me and i were the kid i would rather go to school and be (home jobbed) and paid to be at home and do chores or something.
Well, whatever you decide, I'm sure that it will all work out. Who knows? Maybe he or she will cure cancer, aids, or the common cold -- or quite possibly, solve the Grand Unification Theory that physicists are calling the Holy Grail of their field.
Who knows? He or she could become the mirror image of you or at least just live his or her life just like you want him or her to. I can tell you one thing: I'm pretty sure that he won't smoke a cigarette or curse when he is in his late teens. Because all that damn experimenting would be the end of the world. Good luck.