I started using GNOME back when 3.8 was new (going on 4 years of using Linux), and I have used it avidly until I got hooked on KDE Plasma 5 last year. I keep thinking about some of the GNOME features I love and miss, but have troubles with what it's lacking. I want to use GNOME because of Wayland, my laptop can take advantage of the available gestures, Nextcloud integration (which is "available in KDE"), and sometimes I really find my productivity to be a lot greater when I use GNOME on my laptop.
But...here's why I don't want to use it:
*No rotating wallpapers
*The login screen has that ugly, now unchangeable distorted gray wallpaper
*Dark theme is a broken mess (This is my #1) with applications like LibreOffice and Firefox
*I love using Firefox Nightly, but the application bar keeps making vanilla Firefox icons when I launch new windows, and for some reason when I'd uninstall the repo version of Firefox, I couldn't get Nightly to work until I reinstalled it from the repos.
I'm itching to switch my laptop back to GNOME, but I need a nudge if anyone can help