I hate endnotes.
You’re reading some interesting passage, and there’s a little reference number and then you spend the next few minutes flicking through to the back to try to find the damn reference. If you’re lucky, there’ll be a header telling you ‘notes to pages x to y’ – but not necessarily. Then you find you’ve lost your place in the main text and spend the next few minutes recovering that and your train of thought.
What’s wrong with footnotes? If the note text is too long, then perhaps it should appear as main text.
The Cambridge style is for footnotes. Are endnotes an American thing, and is this another sign of the conquest of English culture by the Americans?