What if any are the (dis)advantages - with respect to speed, anonymity, secrecy... - in using bridges and obfuscated transports from such places where access to plain Tor relays is NOT blocked nor forbidden ? Unrelated to that other question (#13575), I'm asking here for a comparison of using bridges (and optionally obfuscated transports) wrt connecting to a regular entry relay, i.e. not a bridge.
Well, an advantage can be the lesser detectability of your connection/session. Disadvantage is that you must encomplicate the relay descriptor to flag the relay "as the one using obfuscation" and which one. It's a good research line, but in a plain context it's hardly useful