It's all a question of choice and what the user decides to be better for the task.
2. Do you have any citations, comparisons or scope for this claim?
3. I suppose why they have up to date Firefox, Midori and Openoffice releases just to name a few.
4. In what sense? Because it rolls in the relevant libraries into the package rather than fetching them separately? I can see why you'd think this, but there are some benefits to that model, such as not having to worry about updating a library and breaking the programs that use it.
5. They crash? Not in my experience, nor of the users on PC-BSD. Hell, even Distrowatch praised the tools for being easy to use and they didn't mention instability with the configuration tools.
6. Explain in further detail, are you referring to hardware in general or CPU architecture?
7 and 8. Could you find out what hardware isn't supported in relation to this? It would be better to state what didn't work rather than 'this won't work at all anywhere'.
9. It's to do with support in relation to those distributions, in the same way should Debian respond to help requests from Ubuntu users?
Also, numerous spelling and grammatical errors, probably written by a 13 year old or someone with a poor grasp of the English language and a confusingly similar username to another user on this website.
Definitely another BSDshitdistrosucks account, trolling is weaker than ever before.
2/10, better luck next time.