The reason we debate Glock (and clones) vs 1911 is to answer the age old question* “what hand gun should I buy”, usually asked by a new shooter. I have three criteria I’d use to answer this: 1) will you be treating that gun like a lawn mower or a classic Porsche 2) what fits in your hand 3) what will your carry routine be?
Finding one gun to meet your requirements in all three categories may be impossible, so you’ll have to accept some tradeoffs.
That may lead to learning to maintain your 1911, which is frankly not rocket science, and if you can change your oil and a flat tire you can learn to maintain a 1911.
It might also mean learning to deal with the ergonomics of a plastic double stack.
The best case you can hope for is that it gives you an excuse to buy several guns and use the appropriate one for the appropriate job.
*Other than being bored, and having nothing better to do then argue on the internet.