I tend to agree. One thing I've learned from this forum is that the people that are open to being wrong, open to different ideas than they originally thought of, and open to understanding why something is (or isn't a good idea) gets MUCH farther (and is typically much happier) with FreeNAS than the people that think they are right, know we admins are wrong, and they are out to prove it.I feel like the IT industry, outside of enterprise, is a giant case study in the dunning-kruger effect.
There is nothing wrong with being wrong. That's called an opportunity to improve and get better. If you aren't improving because you are too busy being right, you're falling behind the rest of the people that accept being wrong and improve. Guess who's resume is better and gets the better jobs?