crOsh, you do wirewrapping a big disservice!
It goes quick with a hand wrapper, which can be had for like $6 at Radio Shack.
Similarly, a 100' roll of 30 guage wire is not very much.
Individual sockets can be expensive, but buy socket strips like thishttp://www.marcospecialties.com/product.asp?ic=SIP20L
are much cheaper and offer lots of flexibiity. You can socket a promini with these easily - but you can't buy a standalone socket for one, its too wide.
Rework/design changes are much, much easier than trying to unravel multiple soldered wires on pins.
For an extreme example, consider these two schematics. I had the first one all wired up, driven by a MAX6921 SMD part (not available as a DIP) on a DIP adapter. It didn't work out, the chip didn't like 5V vs 3.3V, or not having a cooling pad on the bottom, or whatever. So I pulled out all the wiring to the socket and the 8 header strips that went off to the 7 segment displays, and rewired it as the second schematic with a MAX7221 in DIP socket. Everything worked much better that way. If I had done all that with soldering, it would have been one ugly mess. Wirewrapping came off nice & clean in relatively no time, and since regular multiplexing was used vs the oddball charlieplexing, it actually went back together very quickly.
If one is doing any besides a chip or two and couple of decoupling caps, wirewrapping is way easier to work with.
If you have to make 2-3 connections to a pin, wirewrap sockets are easier to work with also.