I've had a Marrutt drying cabinet for over 20 years.
With B+W, if I use heat, I get drying marks. If I don't (fan only), I don't.
No problem with warm air drying for colour.
Pro- and anti- wipers tend to hold to their convictions with religious intensity. I've tried most things -- chamois, sponge, squeegee, two fingers, salad spinner, doing nothing -- and have come to two conclusions:
1 The ones you're not using at the moment are generally best
2 The most important thing is to use filtered or at least strained water. My darkroom taps are fitted with Paterson filters.
-- filters to 20 microns and can be reverse-flushed
. Under £20/$20 each.