Clearly, I've had my gripes with OS X and OS X Server. Apple's AFP server and Network Home Directory technologies have been the source of countless nights of frustration and server tuning. Yet, I stick with the platform.
I no zealot. The tool I use for a given task is the one that seems best suited to it by my experience and research. I've often wondered why OS X seems better in so many situations.
Tom Yager voices clearly what many struggle to articulate. In administering OS X boxes, you only have to beat yourself, not an army of hackers intent on ruining your day.
If you're in IT, you've got to read this article.