oui I guess, I don't need to answer this but, since you asked ...
Tiling, actually dynamic tiling, manual tiling just doesn't do it for me.
Some, may call it boring but, I just can't stand floating windows, or as I rather call them, clients. Moving things around it's really annoying and the worst is when they open over an already existing client, which somehow they nearly always do.
With a tiling WM, I don't need to think about it and if/when it gets crowded I just send a few of them to another workspace.
Usually, I have two or three clients open on one workspace cause I like to see things side-by-side.
Floating by default only the calculator, a tiled calculator is just weird, try it and you'll see.
Usually, I have my browser on workspace 6, a GUI editor on 4, spotify-qt on 3, and terminals on 10, 9 and 8. Other things go to the free workspaces. I tend to leave workspace 1 empty and since I don't have a panel/bar, I can always shift to 1 if I walk away from the computer. The only way to do anything is with keybindings. They are not a secret and you can find them on my git-repo but, most people wouldn't know what to do.
In the end, it all comes down to preferences.