I really do. This goes against the Conventional Wisdom.
The biggest ding people have against them is that if you grip your gun wrong or high you won't engage the grip safety and your gun won't go BANG when you want it to. But I haven't had an issue with that since 1990 when I first fired a 1911 pistol. Nowadays I can't NOT engage the safety. Even with a high thumbs forward type grip, even with a 1911 without that bump on the back of the safety, even shooting it one handed with my non-dominant hand.
There was no re-learning a grip for the XD varieties. I did have to think about it very briefly the first shot when shooting the Pocket Hammerless, but then never again, and the grip was so odd for me on the FN1922 that I had think about the safety the entire time I shot it.
I have never tried a Lemon-Squeezer revolver, however.
A grip safety is more endearing to me than that little tongue on the trigger face on most striker-fired polymer pistols.