You mean using collection rather than not using the CMS features at all?
OF COURSE! (:
This is exactly why CMS are made. It’s going to be automatic, and you’ll get a way faster site than if you design 60 different pages in Webflo (I mean faster in the Webflow designer). CMS “pages” don’t count in the page count.
Also you can even optimize further away. If you have informations about your products such as properties that are always chosen in the same list, make collections for them. And start by making those collections. For example, you can make a Authors collection, then add a field in your product collection to chose an author, or anything that can be chosen in a drop down menu afterwrds: colors, type, family of product… anything. Later, you’ll be able to sort products by all those dynamic criterias, or pages listing only the available colors etc… That’s what CMS is bringing.
If you share all the infos about your product, I can help you defining what whould be a table (collection) and what should be manually entered.