Sometimes social media amuses me. Never more so than when you see modellers trying to cosy up to a manufacturer. Most do this in an unsubtle way by loudly rubbishing any competitors products and saying they will never build anything but the kits produced by their "favourite".
If you actually know any of the people running the companies, they don't fall for this at all. In a way, this pledging of allegiance is something the poster will have done at school where they tried to join the gang of cool kids.
I'm not a cool kid, so let me say, I like painting good quality whitemetal figures. Yes, I know this is very unfashionable, especially in the finescale modelling world, but a top notch sculpted figure has more detail than even the best 3D printed ones. Yes - controversial, I know.
Now, I love the printed people. They are perfectly proportioned and adopt the right poses because of the method used to create them. For a model, proportion and pose trumps detail every time. Give your mini-person the proportions of a simian, and it doesn't matter how fine the chain on their watch is, they look rubbish.
But, for the moment (and this is changing), a really superb figure sculptor can do better. I really enjoyed painting these people from Duncan Models, and the S&D Miniature range. OK, the close-up is a bit cruel, but a bit more finenessing, if I had the time, would sort that. Doing the facial details was fun, perhaps I should dig out some of those photo-realistic eyeball transfers...