Many years ago, on my 1998 VFR 800 - I think ABS could have saved me a high side when I locked the front wheel on the dividing paint line..
My 2007 GS 1200 I had for ten years, had traction control and ABS. The ABS I really liked and think was not intrusive in a bad way, and it could be turned off when riding on poor roads or off the road.
The traction control however I turned it off and wished there was a way for it to always stay that way. Primarily because the boxer motor had a very throttle hand friendly power curve (almost flat) so it worked well as a tractor in uphill, mud or wet, etc. I could always tell and correlate my hand with traction I needed. When the traction control kicked in it behaved as if one cylinder was being killed, not a pleasant or predictable symptom - but that's just my .02 cents on that bike.
On the Guzzi Stelvio I have now, I am very happy (for same reasons above) that traction control can remain turned off indefinitely, including powering off and back on, until I use the programming to change it.
These are relatively heavy machines with very friendly low speed manners, and decent but not an insane amount of power, whereas am sure the fire breathing new KTM's that peak over 150 hp could certainly benefit from the electronic traction control. Though I would be very circumspect and careful trusting that leaning ABS to become my safety net.
I am sure this guy turns them all off ;-) https://youtu.be/NpCubYprqFQ