Yeah, if the XT32 had been available I might have bought it instead of the X1T at the time. It really suits my manual controller needs a little better than the FT-16 / XT-16.
But I shot a quartet of events this past month with my 433 MHz system and in about 1500 pops I think I had one misfire on one strobe. The 2.4 GHz system, while good, still gave me a handful of misfires per 100 pops the last time I used it (especially noticeable when a couple of them were great moments with no lighting). I'm working from the assumption that it's down to more interference in the 2.4 GHz band, though I've never been able to prove it. I think the XT-16 was a little better than the X1T, but since I didn't write down which 2.4 GHz transmitter I was using, I can't prove it. Incidentally, every event was with clear line-of-sight to the receivers; no shadowing or obstructions.
Much as I like the Yongnuo system for its compatibility, the fact that it doesn't degrade gracefully when the trigger battery voltage drops - and the considerable extra clutter of their shoe-mount triggers - pushed me over the edge. They were not the most reliable triggers in manual mode, either; I have 4 set up for my regular practice events and I can flip through an album and spot misfires all over the place. The more recent firmware revisions seemed a little better, but not a lot. And the frustration of not having a battery indicator meant that I was never sure whether I was having a low voltage issue until I dismounted the strobe (which was probably clamped 10 feet high on a support beam) and tested them or swapped them. Their "low voltage" LED indication never worked until the batteries were already exhausted; and sometimes before the batteries died, the receiver would blink when I triggered it but still not fire the strobe. I will not blame the strobes for that, because when I put them directly on the hotshoe I probably have tens of thousands of shots without so much as a twitch.
It's not a huge difference in reliability, but after a while I got tired of it. With the Godox system, I just turn it on and start shooting; it helps me concentrate on the important thing, which is the event. And having battery indicators even on their cheapie FT-16 is just another encouraging feature. I have a number of gigs this spring where I'm the primary shooter and just really want to maximize my success rate.