Like most cartridges with a microridge type of profile, the Titan is somewhat sensitive to VTA. But, that is the case with most top line cartridges these days. For instance, my Titan is not much different in that respect when compared to my Transfiguration Orpheus. I set my VTA for regular records, and it sounds fine with most 180 gram records (I know it could be better with an adjustment, but, that is too much of a bother to me).
The Titan is one of the better cartridges I've heard with respect to freedom from excessive noise from worn records. I find that is one of the advantages of very thin profile stylus types. It is perhaps not as quiet as the Orpheus, but both are very good in this respect.
The Titan is a very good with transients (fast) and is very open on top. Set up correctly, I would not say it is "analytical" -- it manages to be detailed without being unduly lean, or hard or harsh sounding. My comments are in the context of an entirely tube-based amplification chain. I suppose a softer sounding cartridge may work better in systems that are more inclined toward an edgy, brittle sound.
If a softer sound, or a warmer sound (i.e., a slightly prominent upper bass/lower midrange) is what you like, then something like a Koetsu or an Allaerte would be more suitable.
The Orpheus is not a "warm" cartridge. Rather, it is a touch midrange prominent (compared to the Titan). It is also a terrific sounding cartridge. A friend has an Ortofon PW that is a very good sounding cartridge -- not warm, but not lean or analytical either.
So much to choose from.