For a fixed value of w, quality factor can be expressed as Q=wL/R considering an inductive resistive circuit. So it can be clearly seen that as Q increases L/R ratio will increase, which is nothing but the Time constant (T) of the system. Generally it can be approximated that a system takes 5-6 time constants to reach the steady state. Hence as T( which can be treated as a function of Q in this case) increases the circuit will take longer time to reach steady state. But a lower Q would mean a higher bandwidth, and lower precision. How to deal with this trade off and choose proper value of Q in the design?