In the past I generally had more than one set. I used different fov eps for different objects. Clusters and faint fuzzies may call for a wide field ep but for smaller objects, the planets or solar I prefer a much narrower fov. It also depends on the scope I'm using, when I had the WO then I had ES 82° eps for it but I'm not going to use them in my C90 or Meade 130 Newt, the two scopes I currently own. With the Meade 7 or the WO for planets I liked standard Vixen 50° eps or orthos.
For me, it depends on what I'm using. I've always tended to keep a group of cheaper eps handy. I no longer do public viewings as you're not allowed to Taser people who just ignore what you tell them but if I get a better scope I'll keep the low end eps I have now. I also use the C90 as a spotter and at the gun range and I'm not going to use multi-hundred eps in those circumstances.
Plus, it can be fun to view to same objects at the same magnification with different fov. Matching the fov to the size of the object helps me to see more detail.
That said, as others as pointed out, and it's also my "philosophy", if you're not using it why keep it?
Man, that took a lot of words to say, "Whatever."
And that's all the nonsense from me today.