The pros and cons of mixing at 44.1 KHz 16-bit

Anything that doesn't fit into other topics goes here!
This is a subject that was suggested in the presentation topic because I was expressing my opinion as an amateur producer to work on so-called CD quality sampling which was for me quite sufficient in quality to release listenable models which returned my first cassettes of 4 tracks at the museum.

And what quality are you working on and above all why?
CD sound quality is generally defined as 16-bit depth and a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz, which is considered sufficient for high fidelity sound reproduction. This standard was created to provide sound quality sufficient for playback on CD players. If you are working on audio projects, targeting CD quality can be a good benchmark to ensure that your work is professional. And this project allows you to watch interesting videos from any players) The reason for working at this quality level is to provide listeners with the best possible listening experience, as it closely matches the quality of commercial recordings.