Oh I agree about having other people look at your transcriptions - they always see errors you don't. I am just not a fan of learning a solo using a lead sheet done by others, you're loosing one of the most important parts of the process (assuming you can sight read a solo). It's also a good way of finding oher versions of the same solo and compare it to yours and finding ideas for what solos to transcribe (I forgot to thank you for sharing the website actually)
I just said that because I know guys who read so well they can play a Parker solo from the Omnibook - which is great of course but I think you'll learn more learning one solo the right way than three by reading the Ominbook.
Anyway welcome to the forum, nice to have a Brazilian here! :)