Awesome, welcome on board! I hope you'll be satisfied :)
I remember my transition, when switching to Ubuntu made my dying hardware fast and powerful again. It was like leaving dark cave after many years. Today I just cannot imagine that I can give up all its config options and features.
Thanks, my better half probably thought I was insane when I had to contain my joyous laughter over the amount of control that was given me. I guess you could call that satisfied. :)
Coming out of that cave, one quote from another Linux user put the finger on the issue perfectly: 'it felt like WIndows 10 was trying to fight me all the time'. Not having to wonder what the computer does and why is a remarkable feeling, now it won't do anything unless I tell it to or give it my permission.
Yes, welcome to the club! It's a powerful thing to actually feel you're in control, and not some dirty sw company...
The amount of control is truly fantastic. Coming from Windows, I can't help but to love such a small thing as the Update Manager. I can see exactly what needs to be updated and decide when and if I want it. It's glorious, but really, it should be the golden standard for any OS.