If one wants to keep originality, then use the proper parts.
On my 68 Chevy II Nova, when I bought it used it had the worm clamps on it and I knew that style was not original so I bought a set of tower clamps and the first one I put on did not work and bent. I started thinking maybe the tower clamps were junk I had but then figured out why I was having issues with the first one and after I tweaked the other ones before I put them on, they worked just fine.
As far as using one style of clamp and having one hose being more easily removed than another later on down the road, if both clamps are exerting the same force the bond between the hose and the nipple end is not going to be able to tell which clamp was in place if both exerted the same force. To me it's like which weights more, a pound of feathers or a pound of rocks ?.
My vote for originality is to put on the tower style if that is correct for the year, make, and model. If one wants to use something else for a more modern look or for better clamping if the tower style does not provide that due to inferior made clamps or from improper installation, then try another style.
Someone posted a while back on some site that the Wittek Tower Clamps were junk and I think it's how they are put together and if the folded over ears/tabs are too tight, then things will not slide past each other. This is the issue I had with mime and once I loosened them up a tad, they worked just fine.
The one of four tabs that could be crimped over too tight: