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Nice to see your still around and photographing.
I think your going to run into a lot of opinions on this, and I will start the ball rolling with mine.
I don't think there is a right or wrong choice here, both will produce great results.
I have a Canon ipf8300 44" wide printer using 12 pigmented inks. For me I can fine tune an image to achieve exactly what I want, using a vast variety of paper choices to achieve my vision for a particular image.
A high end pigmented inkjet printer will have a wider color gamut and a higher longevity rating, and arguably more detail as well.
For me the choice is easy, but may not be for you. Many pro labs with pigmented ink printers may only have a limited choice of papers and may only accept sRGB and 8bit files. To me this is limiting the ultimate quality available from a high end pigmented inkjet printer.