I keep hearing this refrain from numerous friends who have abandoned Canon systems. I guess I am just an old reprobate - but I do like Canon's glass - especially their long lenses - and their radio controlled strobes, and I make do with a 5DMk IV and a 1 DX Mk 2. I do have a whole closet of Canon glass and gear, as I and my spouse both use Canon gear, and my spouse doesn't really share her gear.
I am an amateur so I don't have the demands of some editor or customer and I find 25-30 Mpxls is all I need for my images - I really don't want a 45 Mpxl file to store or edit.
Maybe I am just getting left behind, but I do occasionally make an image I rather like, and the only person I really have to please is my self.
I own several Sigma lenses and think well of them, but the Canon glass I own is fine for me. I even own a Zeiss Distagon 21mm f2.8 but I don't think it is any better than my 16-35 f2.8 vII
We live in a great time to be a photographer - the lenses, bodies and imaging software just keeps getting better.
I always find it interesting that custom furniture makers don't really talk about the chisels and hammers and saws they use - they display their furniture and let its quality speak for itself.
As I said, I am an amateur and so I only have to please myself. When I post images, unless I am on a Photo website, I never mention the tools I used to make an image - I think most viewers dont really care
What do you shoot with OnEdge??