I have a mild 2026 cc stroker - which probably makes a bit less torque than a typical 2110 - and a 3.88 (with stock .89 fourth).
70 mph comes in at about 3250 rpm, which is still pretty relaxed sounding.
BUT, I do appreciate having that little bit more torque for climbing. With a 3.44, I'd be downshifting for hills that I can now pull in top gear.
What you pick up on one end, you always lose somewhere else. You need to decide based on how much freeway cruising you do and how much time is spent on twisty, hilly two-lanes.