Although I started my Unix journey with Ubuntu and used Gentoo for some time, I've been a FreeBSD user for most of it. I haven't really used a Linux system in a few years.
The biggest issue with BSD compared to Linux, at least in my experience, is that it has an even worse case of "nothing supports it". Even stuff made for Linux often doesn't work on BSD. Recently I had issues following this Rust OS tutorial; nothing worked for me the way it does for him. I'm really interested though, and at this point, I'm kinda getting fed up with this problem.
So I just spun up a Digital Ocean droplet running Fedora that I'm gonna be using now for this project, and anything else that doesn't work on BSD. I've actually run into a lot of things like that over the last couple years and just gave up on them cause they were never enough to motivate me to just get a Linux system and use it. Now they are.
I'm excited to broaden my experience with this. I often feel out of the loop when everybody else is talking about Linux and I'm like "I'm BSD... does that count?"