Ideally, yes. The more servers and locations a VPN service has, the less likely you are to experience connectivity issues or congestion. The more people that are connected to a single server, the slower the connection becomes. When users are spread across hundreds or thousands of servers, each one is likely to have a faster browsing experience. Also, in the rare event of a regional power outage, there should still be enough locations to choose from, even if your server of choice is temporarily offline.