This is why an "IQ3" multiport charger makes most sense. You might have a device which cannot take 30W so you might use 2 or 3 ports which collectively benefit from 30W, some may be PD, some may be Quickcharge, some might just need 10W, some might want 1W (buds).
A USB-C port is physically tiny so make a 30W 2 port, or 45W 3 port, 60W 4 port is the obvious sweetspots. 30W, 45W for sure can be wall-socket type, the 60W, and 100W more for a C19 cable as they'll probably fall out the socket with weight.
If electronically a single IQ3 port which can auto-sense QC, PD and "other" is too difficult then specific ports and a priority of how to hand out power, e.g. a PD port and a USB-C non-PD IQ2 and a A IQ2. I'd personally prefer if they gave the non-PD ports say 10W and balance to PD if you used all ports, but that is where personal preference kicks in.