I was reading Reddit a lot and that how was drawn to Solus. I wanted to try Budgie DE after XFCE and KDE and installing Solus, was a logical choice.
I was quite satisfied with Xubuntu, my first Linux installation of any Linux after long years but I talked with a friend of mine who was distro-hopping a lot so I also wanted to try something different what would fit my needs. My point here was primarily learn how Linux works in general (I have been reading How Linux works
so I decided to try Arch and although it was a good experience learning how to install the system from the shell and connect to wifi with wpa_supplicant, I wasn't happy with it. It was unstable and I wasn't willing to spend many hours more fixing things... At the end I wanted to spend more time on programming in Python, my another hobby, but I was kinda surprised that I found for ex. Cantata in the official repository but not PyCharm CE.
Overall, I am very pleased with this OS so far. I had to find a workaround for turning the mouse acceleration off and speeding up my trackpoint, but it wasn't a big deal. The design of Budgie is exactly what I needed, esthetic, modern but practical and simple. I hope that the authors will stick with their ideas because I fell in love with this OS.