I've got very little religion about one or the other. If I pick up a guitar and I like it, I'll happily use it. I've learned it's best for me to be really open-minded about such things.
Like, I recently came into a possession of a very early Ibanez JEM 777 from 1987 (complete with hand grip in body, Floyd Rose that you can pull up, scalloped frets 21-24, etc). Every single "feature" of that guitar is more-or-less diametrically opposed to everything I've ever looked for or liked or wanted in a guitar. But I'll be damned if it's not an incredibly inspiring, enjoyable, great-SOUNDING, great-feeling guitar to play. Since buying it, I cannot put it down. I'm glad I didn't let my prejudice against it keep me from trying it.
Current head count in my place--
Brazilian Rosewood: 9
East Indian Rosewood: 5
"Ebonol" (epoxy resin-coated black paper): 1
"Ebonized" mystery wood (black dye): 1