When comparing NetBSD Default Light Desktop vs RebornOS, the Slant community recommends RebornOS for most people. In the question“What are the best Linux distributions for Misanthropes?” RebornOS is ranked 82nd while NetBSD Default Light Desktop is ranked 102nd.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Adhere to the standard
It adheres to traditional Unix and new defined standards.
Pro It's Open Source
It's open source with a BSD License, which is much more business friendly than GPL. It's the real ancestor of Mac, that is being used nowadays.
Pro It's real
Under NetBSD csh is csh not tcsh; also vi is real vi not elvis, nvi or vim. It's ideal for purists.
Pro Architecture portability
It's the most portable OS in the world when considering what architectures it can run on. It runs on very wide range of hardware, from toaster to satellites. This of course does not mean it supports drivers for many consumer facing products making it a difficult solution to just boot up and use when compared to other OSs.
Pro Clean source code
It prioritizes source code cleanliness over anything.
Pro Antergos with more desktops
Pro Good Repo
Reborn's dedicated repo has some extra packages that are difficult to find elsewhere, in addition to the official Arch repos, community repos, and the AUR.
Pro Highly and Easily Configurable
You can easily choose from a list of browsers, desktops, office suites, etc, all from the installer.
Con Lack of drivers
It lacks drivers for some new devices.
Crashes every time when trying to install.
Doesn't even install it in virtualbox or VMWare.