Yes, I just came over. I am sick of Reddit's Hivemind, the Reddit Effect, and the fact that the community acts like it Reddit is a person. Reddit is not a 25 year old white male, it's a pretty diverse culture if you look back. I finally snapped when I was reading a thread discussing the backlash of the recent changes (Need I say which ones?) and I read some rather disparaging comments about people who were on the fence about leaving. Really, at this point, there is little on Reddit that actually enjoy.
Couldn't read a subreddit without disliking some part. r/todayilearned was awful because of reposting and the fact that 1 in 5 posts was factually incorrect. r/funny wasn't funny. r/gaming... I'm a gamer, but I guess I was born to late because I find it's impossible to enjoy that crowd.
I'm mostly a wanderer now. Reddit was great in one aspect. There was a community for everything. I like ODSTs from Halo, but they are obscure. There was a subreddit that occasionally popped about to surprise me.