The PR has proven to have a slight strength edge in testing (around 10%), but it must be tied the same way each time. Change the wrap at all and you'll change how the knot behaves under load. The FG is nearly as strong and much faster to tie with a little bit of practice. In fact, I've successfully taught 8 year olds the FG. It's also much thinner if your knot has to travel through the guides when casting.
For me, it's the FG ninety percent of the time, but I'll switch to the PR when rigging heavy jigging and popping gear. That said, BFT north of 500lbs. have been successfully landed on the FG knot by some East Coast guys.
Rizzuto FG knot is the way to go. Use it on all my reels and never had a failure. The rizzuto won't come undone, the hitch FG knot will after going through by the guides so many times. Here is a tutorial if your interested.
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PR for me using a Shimano Bobbin. Ill typically do all my connections the night before to avoid doing it on the boat. But it typically takes me 2 minutes or less if I had to do it, just make sure you have a torch and not a lighter if doing it on the boat. I haven’t had any issues with the PR and comes out of the guides really smooth.