We do WBV's. We don't currently vax, although we may do some delayed and selective ones.
We go for the following reasons:
they make my husband feel better, and he's tolerant of a lot of my parenting ideas, so this is something I am tolerant of from him.
I like knowing that we're building a relationship with our doctor, who sees ALL of the family, so that if anything goes wrong medically, we're comfortable with her and how she works. My son also likes her, so he'd be more likely to do ok with her if he needed treatment.
I like knowing that we're on record with a doctor and that again we have a relationship with one, so that if anyone ever calls us in to CPS (no reason to worry, but yes, I am paranoid), we have a doctor on our side and records that we've been seeing one.
I do enjoy seeing how much my son has grown from one visit to the next, and hearing my doctor tell me how healthy and beautiful he is.
He does have an undescended testicle, so she's been keeping an eye on that and is referring us to an urologist.
That said, I wouldn't be so ok with going if we hadn't found a family practice which we love. The whole office is full of friendly people, they will schedule appointments within our family back-to-back (even 3 in a row if all 3 of us need to be seen) and all in the same room, so we can handle Isaac together while getting our medical needs seen to. Our doctor is supportive of extended nursing (even if she has some outdated advice and information) and supportive of parents making parenting decisions, even if they go against her advice. She did suggest nightweaning at 4 months, but after we made it clear we weren't doing that she said that (of course) it was our decision, she only advises. She never brought it up again, even when noting that our son still slept in our bed and woke at night at his 12 month checkup. It was a notation, nothing more. She's supportive of any vax schedule we choose or choose not to do. The office is great when we call in for worries after hours. Our doctor answers e-mails in a timely manner. She is also quite happy to NOT pump any of us full of drugs needlessly. She's great about looking up the safety of medications for nursing before giving me anything.
and she never retracts my intact son, and referred to retraction as "torment" when I mentioned how glad I was that she didn't.