I had business yesterday in Downtown San Diego, meeting at 9am. San Diego International was the only airport that made any sense to use. I've flown into Class B airports in the past but in faster airplanes and there were longish taxi/wait times. I typically try to avoid that if I can especially in a non air conditioned plane and arriving and departing on a range stretching leg. And with only 1 runway I figured there was a good chance I would be sitting in sometime of hold. Man, was I wrong. I don't think I would have gotten to the runway faster if it was an uncontrolled airport with no traffic. asked to keep my speed up and asked me to make my base turn just as I reached the numbers. Touched down just as the Southwest jet in front of me left the runway. When I taxied off the runway the next plane was taking off. The controllers there are really good. Made a Piper Archer fit into their flow with no more than maybe 15 seconds of normal flow delay. FBO was also fantastic, the added $40 you pay in added fuel cost or fee (waived with fuel) and $5 landing fee is well worth the time saved and cost of ubering from the next nearest field. VFR clearance out took a moment to get, but total time to get off the ground was about the same as my local class D airport. Anyway I was impressed enough by the efficiency and welcome feel that airport gave me to write a Pirep on here. If San Diego is your destination and the big airport is the closest airport, don't be afraid to use it.