We all know this is a relatively slow sub-forum, but even then I rarely see anything mentioned of the various BSDs. Are there any fellow lovers of the OS here? I run GhostBSD (XFCE) and FreeBSD (Mate) mostly, but I do mess around with DragonFly BSD when I get chance. The latter is astonishingly quick, even compared to other BSDs or Linux. That said we do still have mostly Linux boxes, though we are a Windows-free household. Our devices (from my firewall/router whitebox and back) are a mix of macOS, FreeBSD/GhostBSD, DragonFlyBSD, various flavours of Linux, and iOS. I'd be happy to mostly lose Linux, too, as I much prefer the centralised solid nature of BSD (i.e. a consolidated in-house core OS, rather than a kernel plus tons of random userland stuff that varies distro-to-distro). Unfortunately the lack of Widevine for the BSDs (DRM video playback for Netflix, Amazon et al.) is a bit of a killer, and not yet having kernel level support for WireGuard VPN is also a shame - though it doesn't really seem to affect performance. That's a WireGuard connection (userland tools) to AzireVPN's London server on a FreeBSD desktop. Anyway... Are there any other BSD beards here, or just me?