Horses for causes, I believe in getting the X Y and Z axis as best aligned as possible. That way the nine point pinda sensor is only adjusting for a possible uneven bed. And maybe rendered superfluous. I own printers that once manually levelled do not need adjustment for many months maybe years. My Ultimaker 2+ was levelled once last year. It is still perfectly level and gives me perfect prints like my Prusa I3 MK 2 with 9 point pinda sensing.
I needed a bigger build base, something Josef Prusa has ignored. I recently bought a Hictop CR 10 with a build base of 300mm x 300mm x 400mm. Via Amazon Prime here in the UK, with next day delivery. It is good printer and is a Creality CR10 lauded by many well known pundits on youtube. It is manually bed levelled. And gives fantastic prints. The CR10 is of course a Prusa I3 clone. I can scale up easily further if I desire, mainly in my need in the y axis, mods I can do easily with the CR 10.
A follower of the open source Prusa I3