What really matters is how well a reel seat is designed & made. A proper slide band is designed with a slight bevel on the inside so as to hold the reel on with a friction fit. Keep in mind - that it's also a friction fit in the ferrules holding the rod sections together!! So, there's no need to shy away from using a good cap & ring reel seat for any fly rod.
What should really dictate your decision when choosing a style of reel seat is what you like. After Wes Jordon invented the screw-locking seat, many anglers took to it because they felt it gave them added security. So many rods - especially larger ones- were made with those types of seats that it became common to see them on many rods. Today, tradition & style usually dictate that larger, heavier rods get a screw-locking reel seat while shorter, lighter rods have a cap & ring style.