If you follow basic maintenance, use top tier gas, and do not untune your car pass manufacture settings, there is zero reasons to add a catch can. If you do add a catch can, please make sure that the catch can manufacture will warranty the destruction of your engine, I have not found one company that will, because when your engine dies, it will most likely be the catch cans caused it. With out proper vapor lock, you are actually sucking in water vapor into your oil, making everything worst.
Think about this one for a second. Kia offers a 100,000 mile warranty on their engines. If a catch can was really needed would then not spend the 100 dollars in adding one to the car rather then dealing with the warranty problems?
They don't because most people will do proper oil changes, most people will not untune their engines, and most people will use top tier gas. You do those things, nothing will build up anywhere.
Now if you are drag racing want to untune your engine for some reason, then you probably should get a catch can, but warning, you will shorten your engine life doing so. Modern engines are not built for catch cans, if they where, then they would have been added by the manufacture.
Warning rough language. Not adult, but rough.