Baronet of Gaming
This is where I'm at as well. I was pretty deep into 5E for a long while, but it's warts began to show. It got to the point where I'd rather not play in my weekly D&D game at my LFGS than play 5E.* Then PF2 hit the scene and now 5E just is not even remotely palatable for me in any way shape or form.My whole group migrated to PF2. We played 5E for a while, but my house rules got to be too much, and PF2 fixed the 9 pages to 1
We just finished AV, 40 sessions. What a game. No deaths except in the last scene where one player became a ghost when he died, but SO many exciting and close combats. My other group is playing a custom scenario involving the Egyptian/Atlantis-type area of my world, trying to deal with a forming entity that got split into 5 personas (gods are not all-powerful in my setting, they didn't make the universe, just lv 16 to 20 avatars) and where ley-lines are appearing, threatening to tear the world apart.
Never looked back to 5E.
I completely understand why D&D is the market leader, but when it comes to recruiting/finding games compared to D&D it can be a little frustrating when one is subjectively better to me.
*Edit (8/17/22): While I have my problems with 5E, it still remains the most widely available and visible game in the hobby. My scene IS 5E, so that's what I run and play. While I'd like to say that I'd rather not play than play 5E, I'd be lying if I tried to pass that off as the truth. If I'm being honest, D&D will just take the excellent stuff that PF2 is doing and work it into the next edition anyway.