I had this rod for some years. I didn’t use an integrated line, just shooting heads and Mono runningline.
That’s only one, but an underestimated reason (different RL by different people), out of some other reasons, why you see and will continue to see differing suggestions for any rod.
The main shooting head I used and had most pleasure with (always trying a lot of lines to find a perfect fit) was a Rio
If you want to use a coated RL or even an integrated line, you will find yourself tending to a heavier load, depending on your casting and specific fishing situations, if shoot ability and distance matters.
For presentation, the SSVT #6, combined with Rio
Scandi light Versileaders (10’ cut down to 8’ because of rod length) were by far the best.
As a Skagit a 450 grain Airflo Skagit Switch was enough for me, but didn’t find much use for my needs in this switch category, because the SSVT was so much more fun. Experimenting with heavier tips than offered by the SSVT ended up with T8 Maximum with the Skagit Belly. Not that much difference, especially when the S6 10’ tip of the SSVT is additional combined with a Polyleader of 8’ in the same or higher sink rate.
But T14 was way too heavy for my taste on this tiny little, fine rod.
When in need for heavy tips like that, I took at least the 8119 TCX on the 510 grain Airflo Skagit Switch those days.
But I don’t know your specific fishing situation, if you really need T14, on this rod.
Of course this is said by an Scandi-educated and presentation orientated European...