Re: But where is the stats?
"Wow, the trolls amaze me... TECHNICALLY you are right"
I'm right, but still a troll? :-D
Look, the "average user" will use a Chromebook exactly as intended - with the 100 GB of cloud storage, with the 32 GB of local storage reserved for off-line work that auto-syncs to the cloud when connected to the Internet. It works beautifully that way.
A guru user might, for example, load and run Ubuntu simultaneously on the machine, keeping quite a bit of data local in the Ubuntu environment (say, a collection of git repositories and a lot of tool chains), but relying mostly on the cloud for ChromeOS work as above. I know of one such guru who does - me! And I have yet to thnk about conserving my 32 GB SSD.
The only users who will find 32 GB of local SSD constraining are likely those who store a LOT of video - and they would, of course, simply add a 128 GB SD card ($50 from Amazon) and call themselves delighted.
These are the facts. That you interpret this as "Microsoft Haterade" (whatever that is) says much about your insecurity regarding your favorite OS, and nothing about those who are gently pointing out the facts.