I can point at the availability of the systems that I manage and compare it to the availability of the systems running RHEL and make a very good case that my linus kernel on whitebox systems is better than their RHEL on top-tier branded systems
if you blindly install a RHEL upgrade/kernel on your system without testing it, you will have some pretty horrible problems. If you are doing the testing, then it doesn't really matter if you are testing RHEL or linus-kernel based systems (although, if you run into something strange, you can get debugging and fixes for the linus-kernel faster than I've seen happen with RHEL)
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