the thing is that having a good negative doesn't make you a good printer ..
it makes printing easy because the negative lends itself well to being printed.
if you have an underexposed, or over exposed negative one where there is excessive contrast
or flatness or something else, THAT will force you to learn how to print.
i used to purposefully load film in a camera shoot at the wrong fstop and shutter speed,
and put the wrong asa into the camera so the meter was useless
then process everything in a batch ( pan f, plus x, tri x tmz &c ) and then try to print everything i could
off of all the rolls ...
the thing is that not every negative will be a good negative, and it might be something you want to print ...