What makes BSD a better system than Linux? Not that I am really getting into the GNU and how kernels have come about, I'm really interested in trying another UNIX-like. I'm thinking Arch Linux; which is a much optimized version of Linux for the i686. But not forgetting the other one, BSD. Why the sackriding? Is it easier? Funner? Faster? Securer? What is the reason some OTers have been using it for their desktop OS? Try not to bash anything, please... just trying to understand what the love for BSD is, and maybe figure out which of the two (Arch or FreeBSD) I will try next.