V-dipole vs Turnstile for VHF

I have a V-dipole (120 degres) working for some time now: https://network.satnogs.org/stations/2220/ which faces south.

And I’m wondering if changing it to a turnstile would result in worse quality of satellites on polar orbits directly over me while gaining omnidirectionality?

And btw congratulations on building such an addictive service, I really enjoy vetting the waterfalls.

Turnstile and Eggbeater models give you circulair polarization and that can be an advancement when receiving signals from a source (satellite) that is rotation, tumbling etc.

And one other remark, satellites can also have antennas that are circulair polarized like the NOAA satellites.

Here an example: https://youtu.be/nvC28YCnSok

A good EggBeater source: https://on6wg.pagesperso-orange.fr/Page%201.html