Completely agree Bob. Glass carriers all the way, in all formats!
I tend to use MGWT, which is pretty slow. This means preferring to use my enlarger lenses at a stop down if I can, or two stops where I must. It took a while, but I now know that my 63mm f2.8 Nikkor makes a mean 16x12 at f4 (only possible with perfect alignment) but is appreciably better at F5.6 with larger prints. With the odd dense negative, I would prefer to enlarge at F4, at 20x16, to manage exposure times and this is the only reason I have for considering APO lenses. With my lenses for 35mm, they are not quite good enough at F4 for perfect prints at this size. With Adox MCC, enlargement times are much shorter and I can stop down.