N3rdTek Ofc i also trust the Shizuku team and find their app solid, but its undeniable that reducing attack surface is very important. ADB is a massive attack vector as the GrapheneOS team believes. Micay eventually wants to do something about wireless debugging specifically, but he didnt say what yet. Another thing is, that you can be fingerprinted based on if Developer Options is enabled or not. Every app can check that, and it helps to blend in to have it disabled.
Using a secure os comes with the drawback of changing your previous behaivour and how you use your device for the better or worse.
Heres a few suggestions to help you eventually move away from using ADB:
Backup: You can have an up to date copy of your phone's internal storage on your PC by using syncthing, to sync important folders. Graphene will have a builtin backup solution (better than seedvault) in the future but its a longer wait.
Ambient Music Mod: You can use Audire to identify songs (Its FOSS software). It uses the Shazam API. Its not as convenient as Ambient Music Mod but i don't think its worth the risk to use it, if it just saves a couple of seconds at most.
Installer: Droidify supports android 13's seamless background update method, which wont prompt you to click update, it goes through automatically. Idk if aurora supports it or not.
SDMaid: I think very rarely to just enable it for a quick clean will suffice rather than doing it frequently, and having adb enabled at all times. But Android will manage storage just fine by itself, so im not sure what people use SDMaid for. The cleaned storage will fill again eventually by itself.
I hope this helps you in any way, even though most of my recommandations are not as convenient.