Still rocking Ubuntu on my home computer with Windows for gaming. (Separate SSD's)
A few months ago I bought a shinny new 15" laptop (MSI GT62VR 6RD). I was going to be away for more than a month and needed something beefy for gaming and other stuff, so I was forced to install Windows too. I did install Linux too but I barely used it for that month.
I came back home and realized I no longer needed Windows on the laptop, so I removed it and installed Antergos and that's what I have on it right now. It's working great, next thing will be to backup all the HDD data, install Steam on it and some games to test the nVidia performance in Linux. (I have AMD on the computer tower)
I've also switched to Antergos my work laptop. Testing Arch was one of my objectives last year, I prefered the easy way so I choosed Antergos. I was using Ubuntu MATE on that laptop, but after testing Antergos I liked it and wanted to further my testing having it on both places. (work & home)
One thing I did almost two years ago, was check every software that I use/need normally and look for an alternative (FOSS). It was very inspiring to see that every one of my needs was covered. As I've said in previous posts, the only reason keeping me from abandon Windows now are just games.
Also, recently I've tested kdenlive video editor and for my needs it's more than enough. At this moment I'm in the process of learning to use Blender (I come from 3DSMax) and Python.
So it's been fun, and fun it is seeing me at work, with my laptop with Linux, surrounded by hundreds of Windows computers. LoL.