I have a number of paphs that are lucky to live in the spot where they get to go to the shower and get a shower every time watered. They are all doing very well. I don't worry about crown rot. But I am not in a basement and I live in a low humidity region.
I have at least 120 that I walk to the sink every watering day. It takes me only about 1.5 hours. But I don't soak. I might be a water type known as a 'moistener'. Since I water now 2 times a week for most of the collection, they get exposed to liquid for about 20 seconds. I make sure all air roots get wet and that all the media gets wet. Orchids in clear pots, I check the roots to see that they got soaked and turn green if expected to do so. Then back to their growing location.
In my 4 foot x 4 foot 'flood tray', I have gravel that the orchids sit on. I water in place and have a drain that I use to remove the water from the tray and gravel.