Note: This is a followup to a followup question (original here), so it is likely missing information on its own to provide the detail necessary. In the spirit of reducing duplication on the SE servers, please see the related questions if you have questions.
I realize this is a near match for this question, but given the recent improvements to the rep system on SE and my recent related though not exactly the same experience caused by the current shortcomings I'll ask about it again:
Now that users are notified immediately of any loss incurred by deleted/unupvoted/unaccepted answers, it leaves us trying to reconcile the reason for the discrepancies and most users with less than 10K rep (at least most SO users) will likely turn to MSO for resolution. Since you have to have at least 10K rep to view removed questions (and possibly answers) they will be unable to see whether the original question or their original answer is worthwhile to be considered for undeletion. They shouldn't care about unrelated questions or answers so the ability to only allow them to see their contribution and the question they contributed to (or just the question if they asked it themselves) should provide enough information to know whether they feel it should be brought to review.
I realize there are a lot of conditionals in that last statement and bear in mind that I have no idea how hard it would be to implement, but I know I would see benefit from it currently. That tells me that other users could benefit from it in the future as well.