It sounds interesting in theory, but what's the point of having 14 zones if your paper can't print them all?
itīs a 35mm film. Usually in shooting 35mm you end up with a lot of different contrast situations on the same roll.
The more your film can capture in the first place, the more you can later decide what to bring to your paper (by burning and dodging).
Also "some" people scan today nd the chips can capture this range. The film is especially well suited for scanning due to itīs clear base.
And last but not least, as mentioned above, if developed to a transparency, in the projection you can see it all.