Not me that's for sure.
I seriously dislike extendeds because 5 minutes if even too long for me. My range goes from >1 ~ 4 minutes. Rarely to 5 and above.
The reason is simple. I don't like listening to extendeds since the beginning and ending are just waste of time for my taste.
Same was with Hands Up music which I used to listen before I got into eurobeat. I didn't like the 5 minute extended versions where you have two minutes (one each front/back) only high hats and bass drum sounds and a few kicks just to mix in.
With eurobeat that's of course a different story altogether, you don't have these monotic parts but you have intro skits or some sort of that.
But when I'm out walking or riding the bus I don't want to listen to these parts, I want music, energy, I want to get my blood boiled up.
So I'd rather --- and I'm pretty sure some people will get furious
over this --- pick my favorite non-stop mixed version of it and use it on my phone when I want to listen to music. Yeah you heard me right, I'd rather have some other song mixed in at the beginning and the end.
I love non-stop mixes and especially creative glitching and vocal fx on the track rather than the original version.
Different Girl / An-G 's riff sounds way better on the Vol. 240 non-stop (Disc 1).
Atop of that, I love hard cuts between tracks, especially if they just crush it. My favorite transition of all time is DJ 1ofakind's 22.214.171.124 Fire! mix.
The transistion preparation itself is very long but the cut is hard: https://youtu.be/XdTJ7dm4EFc?t=162
That is hands down the BEST transition ever made.
And the plus side for using non-stop cuts in my library is that if my player switches between tracks, many cuts are spot on and it sounds like hard cut mixing. I don't know how man times I got tricked by thinking that it was an actual mix on my player although it were completely independent songs.
Don't get me wrong though, I don't like mixes which blast through tons of songs on 70 minutes and cover like 50 seconds of it, that's WAY too short. But ~3 minutes is the sweet spot.
So neither radio nor extended, but non-stop mixes all the way.