Chiming in on the algorithm discussion, as the bury-not feature bothered me too.
I tweaked around the settings of Wanki2.6 and now have a learning intervals of 4h, 8h, 24h, 3d and then 7d after graduation.
With an starting ease of 200% this (on “good” answers) always doubles the interval, so after the 7d’s it would go
14d, 28d, 56d (~2 months), 112d (~ 3.7 months) etc., which I find aligns close enough to the WK times and my personal preference.
By having the cards actually in the review state (and not in the relearning) all the burying and other Anki features which I like (like adjusting the interval, if one answers way later) are working.
(And unfortunately also the ones I do not like, like little randomization of the times, and therefore not always a perfect double time increase).
My lapses intervals are 1m, 3d, 7d, 14d, after which the cards are getting back into review pile with a 20% decreased interval (and unfortunately a decreased ease…that’s just how Anki works).