I administer a couple of systems which provide interactive access by end users, and for this interactive access I position OpenSSH. However, I also use this for administrative access to the system, and I tend to have harder security requirements for OpenSSH than most users do.
For instance, on one system, end users with a userid + password use the sFTP server for publishing static websites. Other access is prohibited, so I really like this OpenSSH configuration to use chrooted users, internal sftp support, whereas a different OpenSSH is used for administrative access (which is only accessible by myself and some trusted parties).
With Mike's news item on OpenSSH's deprecation of the DSA algorithm for the public key authentication, I started switching the few keys I still had using DSA to the suggested ED25519 algorithm. Of course, I wouldn't be a security-interested party if I did not do some additional investigation into the DSA versus Ed25519 discussion.