im mostly repaints so i just pick and choose when to use any tape, the top factor being color contrast between trim and wall color. if i have dark charcoal wall with bright while trim ill use frog everywhere i can, light neutral walls with off white trim ill cut everything. also anything high viz like around a fireplace mantel or the top of wainscoting ill use frogFrog is quite useful if you need a very clean line somewhere, as it definitely does come out cleaner than blue or white tape with less bleed through. Of course I think green or white tape will also give plenty clean lines as well, but you need to be more careful how you press down/etc, whereas Frogtape seems to require that just a little bit less.
But new construction with sprayed trim, 100% frog tape all the way, imo. But in brush and roll applications I think masking tape should mostly be a guide, so the advantages of frog tape are less clear there.
Of course I think the biggest thing is freshness of the tape, Frogtape is usually always fresh because of the container and lots of turnover because everyone is buying it, whereas a lot of times you can easily buy 3M White tape that is already not peeling off properly from a brand new roll.