Pollish. It feels like a product made to sell on its own merits, rather than on market inertia or buzzwords like the rest of the OS market. (Which is not surprising since system76 is using it as part of the sales pitch for their hardware.) Using it a couple of month ago was also the first time I could do everything I wanted (set up a gaming PC), and everything worked with default configurations in Years. I am used to desktop Linux being a broken, complicated mess. Pop!_OS was a pleasant surprise in that regard.What's the appeal of pop os?
I still would not recommend it to classic Linux enthusiasts, because I expect everything to brake, as usual, as soon as you veer off the defaults.