What I think might be kind of helpful, and I know there'll be some caveats here, but if we could gather a couple "golden" small benchmark prints in gcode format with some pictures and maybe the slicer settings used.. I think that would go far to help the community. I know when I got my first printer, it came with a SD card with some simple gcode prints for testing. If I end up getting something worthy of a good benchmark ha, I'll follow my own recommendation. I'm currently having trouble with stringing, but not those big fat bridges that grow out of the sides of the print.. I'm getting those hair-like strands that permeate with a lot of the travels. I've tried dozens of the typical things I'd do to circumvent this, but it is just not improving.
I'm currently printing this guy: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1363023/files
And this guy: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:909901
I'll post some pictures later, but I can put these models on my old wanhao III knockoff and they print beautifully (same filament spool and everything.. I even tried the same gcode for the sake of curiosity).
I figured since we all have basically the same printer (maybe aside from brass vs metal hot ends and marlin vs klipper), and PLAs at least seem pretty standardized these days, at least in my experience.. that we could come up with a couple good gcode prints that if you're printer is hosing them up badly.. maybe you can rule out slicer settings, the model, etc and maybe focus on your FW settings or HW?
Anyways long post to ask.. anybody have gcode for a retraction rich print without stringing they could send my way? (PLA if possible??)