To be really honest ...... I don't see any advantages in using "hibernate" in any form (including "hebernate") other than it's a lazy approach where, with a bit of luck you can continue your work where you left off.
On a downside, if your laptop really, really dies due to a dead battery so does your data, after a while.
It doesn't boot any faster than a fresh boot, it only creates a risk of booting into a whopping great mess.
My point: Save fast and often (use Ctrl, s for that) and cleanly shutdown.....or even "suspend" if it's only for a short while.
You'll be surprised how often really important work goes down the drain with HD failures or impossible power spikes.
On top: It's a security risk.
Hibernate saves the current workspace into the RAM, which isn't protected by encryption or anything .....i.e it's world readable (even if the machine is switched off) and:
Once it's full, it really is full and will not guarantee a recuperation of all the data it should be holding.