Nope. It all depends on what I’m listening to and how much effort I want to expend in the listening session. The issue with ripping at a different rate is that you are locking in the filters and issues with that particular program’s upsampling engine. And once locked in, you can’t undo it. If you just rip bit perfect then you have a known base source and can use an upsampling engine, Roon or HQP, to do what you want. What you want can change over time
IF I were to really want to rip and then encode my music prior to playback, then I’d look at HQP Pro. Rip bit perfect wav or flac, then encode (upsample) via HQP Pro. I did a trial and took a CD rip and upsampled to DSD 256 with the desired filters etc. Sounded great. However, pricey as it is meant for production studios/labels more so than end consumers.
However, lets say I get hardware which does DSD1024. I think I’m better off going back to the original CD rip and upsampling to DSD 1024, than to try to upsample a previously upsampled material.