The good thing with Webpack is that it does not miss any functionality you need at any time. Literally thousands of plugins exist already because the ecosystem grew very much compared to other bundlers. Also I personally want the bundler for which any problems i encounter should just come up on Stackoverflow very easily, which can’t just exist without short length of its history. So there goes my reason for still using Webpack despite slow build speed (but I’m sure you can mitigate this by using different trans/compilers and dropping out polyfills.