It all depends for what sort of positions you are requesting resumes for Joey.
If it's for typical technical positions, then the traditional resume would be the best fit.......since the focus for such positions would be on the CONTENT & NOT the presentation & style.
In case you are hiring for positions like sales, creative designers, advertising, etc, then the creative resume would be 'nice-to-have'......since the presentation matters a lot along with the content. However, that doesn't really replace the traditional resumes.
Dorothy has a point when she mentioned 'Creative resumes may look nice but can be a distraction to the reader plus you run the risk of turning a person off because their ideas of creative don't match yours'. I face this situation quite often.....skipping creative resumes in-toto when I have other choices & look into them ONLY otherwise.