A question was just asked about whether or not we still need model categories of spectra (vs working with the $\infty$-category). To me (and Fernando Muro at least), it is reminiscent of a previous question about whether we still need model categories. Both questions already have answers from experts in both methods. I suspect that which answers people upvote in both threads has more to do with personal preference than anything else. In situations like this, where a user is asking which of two perfectly good methods is better, and everything is opinion based, should the whole thread be Community Wiki?
For non homotopy-theorists, an analogy would be someone asking: "when you do differential geometry, is it better to work in a coordinate free setting or with coordinates." Of course, the answer is: "it depends on what you are trying to do, and your own personal preferences." You can have experts from both sides weigh in, and write answers with +100 upvotes, but it seems strange to me to get so many reputation points for eloquently stating an opinion.
Edit: the question was made Community Wiki on Feb. 10, 2019.