I just tried out a relatively new C11 XLT (non-edge) in white light using a full aperture Baader AstroSolar Film and a homemade cell. What a great view. I also have a nice 6" apo with a Herschel wedge, and this definitely won. My seeing was good, but I am in the northeast, not Florida, and so I don't get perfect seeing very often, and this seeing was good but not perfect.
I could see the granulation very easily, enough so that I could recognize unique patterns in different parts of the Sun and return to them. At big enough aperture, even a quiet Sun is interesting in white light. Compared to my 6" plus wedge, the granulation jumped out instead of being subtle (easy to find, but it didn't hit you).
If you already own a C11 or similar, I highly recommend a full-aperture Baader film filter in front.