I would think that the other pieces Moots makes - you should not have a problem as outlined in the thread on this. As long as anti-sieze/grease is used where appropriate, you should be fine. I change all the water bottle bolts to aluminum. And I know Moots used to sell a ti-bolt kit (that had aluminum H20 bolts) and a few ti bolts for the YBB suspension unit. I probably would keep the seat binder the standard diachromate steel as (if you remove your seat post alot for travel, etc) a ti bolt tends to deform on the inside of the hex head. Titanium, while a great 'tube' and a great metal to machine - is still mallable and 'soft' in comparison to the hardened diachromate steel bolt. Most people crank a seat binder bolt....
Moots sells it's RSL stem with titanium bolts (steerer tube and faceplate). Lightweight, cool, trick. Most other high end stem makers do the same. But note, stems aren't removed nearly as much as a seat post - and as long as the bolts are torqued correct - no problem at all. Although I don't use a torque wrench - all tightened to 'feel' and even gaps top and bottom.
What are the other bolts? Derailleur hanging bolts? Bolts that fasten shifter/brake levers?, Brake hanger bolts (whether it be canti's, discs, road calipers)?. Lots of companies use trick bolts like this....no problem what-so-ever as long as they are installed to spec and use a little coat of anti-sieze or grease.
Personally, I don't like anti-sieze - that stuff is nasty. Except perhaps for the headset, a good quality grease is very adequate.