I have been a Linux user for 15+ years, but I have had also my share of experience with other Unix systems, including *BSD (mostly NetBSD and OpenBSD, less with FreeBSD).
Although I am not using it on my main machine anymore, I am still interested and following the Linux improvements, and lately, I have studied a bit more the FreeBSD source code and environment.
This article is interested because it is written by a Debian developer who tested out FreeBSD and explained in details what are the pro and cons of FreeBSD coming from Debian.
I found it very interesting the report, and now I’m even more curious to have a deeper look at FreeBSD, although still, I don’t think it’s the best option as my main operating system.
For every Linux users, I suggest them have a look at this article and learn a bit about other Unix systems out there.