About a week ago I was messing with a different Linux distro on a spare computer and decided to try BSD. After a little bit of research, it was obvious that openBSD fit nicely with my idea of what an OS should be, so I installed it, downloaded a few apps and that's all it took. Everything worked "as advertised" and I like that the default install is already secure. After playing for a few days, I installed it on my primary machine replacing Arch Linux. I like Arch Linux better than other "Linux" distros, but I think I like openBSD even more. Anyway, I'll be documenting my openBSD experience on this thread from time to time.