And ZRAM is one of the tools, that should not be enabled by default
anyway. In a best case scenario it extends memory, but in most cases it
slows it down. With 16GB there isn't even a use-case for it.
I don't think that can be said as absolute. While I have 16GB in my desktop workstation and pretty much build packages from source and rarely use any swap, there was one package I couldn't build because of extensive use of c++ templating. There's no guarantee that having zswap/zram would have made it possible, but it might have.