I'll give it another year before I jump into 11. Still happy with 10. Probably the 1st time in well over a decade that I'm not even tinkering with a new OS on at least one rig but everything is working the way it should right now and I just don't want any unexpected OS-related issues.
While I've been using Win10 since launch, I actually did not put it on my main system until 2022. I had a chance to go straight to Win11, but after using Win11 in a VM for several months I decided against that. On my next system I will probably roll Win11 just cuz Win10 stopped getting real updates (no tabbed File Explorer, gimped DirectStorage, no Dark Mode for Task Manager, CPU Task Scheduler not updated for AMD Zen 4 or Intel Alder Lake and Raptor Lake, etc), and I want my gaming OS to be as up-to-date as possible. Honestly by the time I get a new machine Win10 might be EoL anyways. Win10 took 3-4 years after launch to get decent in my opinion, so I'm expecting the same for Win11.
Plus Win11 is not gonna be my main OS, so whatever issues I have with it will bother me less when I'm not living in that OS all the time. After Win7, Windows OSes became my "console OS." Nowadays I only boot into Windows to play games that don't work well in Linux (ie most of them LAWLZ), to run software that I can't run in Linux (and don't wanna run in a VM or through something like WINE), or if I otherwise have something I need to do/check in Windows. I basically treat Windows as a gaming console, so to speak. Win10 on my main system is currently my secondary OS, and the same will happen with Win11 whenever I eventually move to it. By that's not gonna be any dang time soon.