Using almost exclusively for work. I have it running on my studio tower and laptop. On both I'm spending my time largely on: Chrome, Blender, GIMP, Inkscape, Krita, Spotify, and VirtualBox. I have it running on an additional laptop and a tower at work, with similar use cases. One additional Solus laptop is used for bookkeeping running Chrome most of the time.
On our team we have a couple remaining Windows holdouts, and a MacOS guy. I'm not sure I'm going to be able to convince them to change. But between the Solus workstations, a couple Debian fileservers, an Ubuntu web server, and a Raspberry Pi, I have them outnumbered.
I'd love to see Solus become the go-to distro for the small FOSS creative community. The only real big barrier is the lack of CUDA support for Blender. I'm holding out for that to happen. I really don't want to have to use Ubuntu to push out renderings.