I will say this, we can all agree that the longer you take to dry them the better.
That said, when I went from hanging to dry then trimming to wet trimming in a trimming machine, I had to relearn how to dry my buds. They can dry SO much faster when they are trimmed wet. The first couple of runs when I used the trimmer, I was not happy AT ALL with the results. Smell and taste were lacking to the point I was kind of embarrassed when I showed my finish product off.
Then I got good at controlling the drying environment.. thus able to slow down the dry from a wet trim. This made a monumental difference.
I ask the folks who have compared their own grows, how many days did you dry them compared to each other? I asked because you can't dry them side by side in the same room or the wet trimmed stuff will dry faster and the test won't be fair. I could hang buds on one side of the room and they would take around 10 days. In the same room, the wet trimmed would dry in 3-4.
Now, I wet trim them in a trimmer, and dump the buds in a rack. I keep the room around 65-70F and shoot for 65% RH and it takes around 10 days. Then I bin them up around a stable 65% and cure them as long as I can, usually two-four weeks at least.
I will probably never go back to dry trimming because I feel I get top shelf results, and it takes FAR less time trimming wet.