Correcting convergence with the enlarger has some advantages over front rise.
1) You use the center of the taking lens
2) The actual angle of view is greater when pointing up, compared to a front rise
3) You can use smaller, more compact, more inexpensive lenses.
1) a modest Durst enlarger that does a correct baseboard tilt and lens tilt.
2) Durst 8x10 enlarger, again with baseboard and lensboard tilt.
3) my Durst used to make the following picture
4) 8x10 negative from a lowly Symmar-S 210mm pointed up. Notice that there is no light falloff at the top of the image, as one would get with a wide field lens with a lot of front rise.