I know these type of air operated calls aren't near as popular as your box call, pot calls and diaphragms, but anyone who has put the time in to learn how to run these type of calls knows how deadly they can be. Just another tool for the tool box with a different sound but a sound turkeys really like at times.
I never could master the wishbone call to the quality I thought needed for my confidence. I relayed this to the late Roger Latham several years ago as Roger told me he often used the wishbone and encouraged me to keep working on my technique. However, I got discouraged and found I could make good confident calls on a diaphragm call without moving my hands...so I gave up on it....Maybe too soon.
I have heard guys make very good wish bone type calls using the shell of a ballpoint pen....I am not one of them.
I agree these three calls can make a bad day good in the turkey woods for sure. I always have a EZ wingbone / cane yelper. I then pick a trumpet to use. Lately I have been carrying a tube call as well. I am a box call guy first but have found that these callers are very good spring and fall.
I've got a couple trumpets but fail to practice enough to feel comfortable with them. I can run a few good yelps or clucks then screw up several in a row! A bad one mixed in is okay, but not several in a row LOL. I do know that turkeys really like that monotone.
I always refer folks to a few really good instructionals on how to start and practice. It also helps to start out with a good yelper. They aren't all created equal. Whether it be a trumpet, wingbone or cane yelper, the technique is the same.