The two do different things.
The first one has pull-down resistors. This is used to make sure the mosfet gate is pulled down to ground while the Node is disconnected or powered off. It's to prevent floating gates. 470 ohm is fairly low/strong for a pull-down. 4.7k is more typical. If you see the leds are slow to change you may want to reduce them.
The second is series, current limiting resistors. This is to protect the Node from the mosfet if it passes current through the gate somehow. It's a bit unnecessary in this use, but doesn't hurt. The scenario where this is useful is unlikely to happen, and a replacement node is cheap. As Mosfets are voltage driven, it doesn't affect anything afaik.