Sure … I didn’t mind 100k timing belts … and on some engines it was a great opportunity to change an inexpensive water pump and be in good shape for the balance of ownership …I would say that it was because it was a '95 Sentra with 241K on it.
Not all Engines are 300K engines. These days it seems not many are even 90K engines with all the
"technological, power and fuel savings" inadequately tested advances.
Not I go back to a point I made and many poo-poo'ed when everything was going wet chain/vvti.
Dry Belt timing is better for OHC applications. You may not like the cost/hassle of changing the belt every 90-110K but you get a "new" timing system with every service.
Plus they sound better.