A titan would be a good upgrade but it depends on what throat you use on it.
PTFE extruders will give you better retractions, cleaner prints and more reliability over all metal hotends.
That said all metal hotends can work very well, however if using PLA and PETG they become a little problematic since you cannot retract as much and with PLA almost not at all, retracting can cause a clog, and with PETG you need aggressive retraction to prevent stringing and blobs.
I am using a MK10 hotend with a capricorn tube- I can go all the way up to 300C and not destroy my tubing for an extended amount of time.
With standard hotends, the most you can print is at around 240-250C.
POM, some Nylons, ABS and ASA may work with standard hotends, but the throats need to be replaced frequently, unless you do what I did and went to the MK10.
What you get out of the titan is finer control over the extruder and can end up with cleaner prints, I however, simply switched to a .9 stepper and doubled my resolution without any form of slop.