I love walking around on a rainy day with high-speed film and a Nikon with an 85/1.4 tucked under my
parka, often shot wide open. I briefly become a "bokeh" maniac on such days. But 95% of the time, I'm shooting sheet film as sharp as I can get it. I judge the results by the print itself, and couldn't care less how or when the term itself is used, or if it even existed in the first place.
I like the OOFAs my 105/2.5 gives. But my favorites are my old Dagors - to use the Flying Camera's rating system, the Dagor's OOFAs are as clean as a popcorn fart.