Depends on what you're looking for. Rim brake carbon wheels are probably safer with tubulars (I don't know if heat distortion is still a thing with rim braked carbon clinchers) and it's possible to get top tier tubular wheelsets for reasonable prices ("reasonable" is, of course, a relative term).
You can build a light bike with tubulars but you're going to need a spare tyre and that's heavier than a tube of glue, some patches and a couple of plastic tyre levers. Weight weenie level weight savings - yes. Real world weight savings - not necessarily. On longer runs you may be carrying two spare tyres so that whacks the weight savings even more.
Rim tape makes fitting the things fairly fast and painless (unless you're trying to fit Contis) but be aware that if you get a puncture in the field then pulling off a taped tyre will leave you with a clean rim -- carry a single wheel roll of tape (there goes more weight saving).
Clinchers win hands down for day to day tyres but still I run tubulars fairly regularly (80%+) for recreational riding. They are a bit more work -- what's a hobby without some commitment? -- and it's something different. You can swop a glued tyre in about three minutes in the field (and your thumbs will be sore for a couple of days afterwards) but the actual puncture fixing is a bit of work.
Lighter wheels, heavier spares. Quick swop in the field, actual puncture fix is a PITA - swings and roundabouts.
Short answer -- if you understand what you're buying in to and you can sew then go for it.