I also like "real fuses" that actually open and do not self reset. That way when it blows, you know something is wrong and the circuit stays off until you replace the fuse. With the self reseting automotive type circuit breakers, they cycle on and off, on and off, multiple times, each time taking current, heating up wires, and potentially causing further problems.
The switch type circuit breakers we are familiar with in our homes are available in DC rated versions, but are hard to come by and are quite expensive.
I like the blade type Maxi fuses that are available now. Finding the high amp glass fuses that were used in the AS for many years is becoming more and more difficult, especially out on the road. Maxi blade type fuses are commonly available now in most auto parts places.