think it might depend what the cage serves as a purpouse and to be completely honest these past 9 months since I moved to this house is the first time ever she's had a "normal" cage. She has always had floor to roof aviary type cages before but I live smaller now and couldnt really construct anything bigger than putting two "double-macaw" cages together, so it created a square out of two rectangular cages.. but she adapted the new cage setup as a new playstand more or less, I mean there isnt much difference, something to climb around on and have toys on the inside and outside.
But i bet it would be different if she was in it and only got out for our time to interact, where getting out of the cage is a reward. I try my best to have it open when she wakes up and to not close it until she is ready to go to sleep and most of the times she gets into the cage when I need to put her in it during the daytime she will find a nice treat in one of the bowls, or ill hang a new toy or something at the same time i put her in.
I mean there are occations where I cant have her out all the time, and she actually seemms quite content with being in the cage those times, I have one of these occations coming up next week when I'm going back to sweden to visit family when I have a friend here babysitting her, wich means she will have to do on her own while my friend is at work.
But she is alright with my friend and my friend normally, with some coaxing, manages to get her back into the cage alright. on one occation she didnt and then she just stayed in my office half the night until Julia went to her sleeping perch inside. But yeah still makes me nervous tho, leaving her in someone elses care.. but stocked up with almost 100 toys in prepartion for my 6 days away haha. So hopefully she is fully occypied shredding toys and ill be back sooner than she realizes. But yeah to me its kind of important that she likes her cage/aviary depending what she currently has, and i think part of it is that most of the time shes only ever really had to be in one out of free will (the cages has way more toys and treats etcetera than the rest of the house does).