On my new PC, I use Fedora Silverblue since the beginning. It’s different than your normal distro, but I actually learned to love it, especially for it’s atomic updates.
The fedora magazine gives the following reasons to use Silverblue:
Because it allows you to concentrate on your work and not on the operating system you’re running. It’s more robust as the updates of the system are atomic. The only thing you need to do is to restart into the new image. Also, if there’s anything wrong with the currently booted image, you can easily reboot/rollback to the previous working one, if available. If it isn’t, you can download and boot any other image that was generated in the past, using the ostree command.
I completely agree with that.