Currently own 2 surly pugsleys and a half fat jones, and had a few others!....
Mukluk, another pugsley and the moonlander....plus a krampus.
I can ride any of them all day, you will notice they are slower and heavier than a normal bike, that's obvious and even the 27lb lighter fatbikes are too.....let alone the 35lb+ ones...
But they do excel in so many ways, like traction, they climb up anything, you can explore places that are hard to even access my foot, let alone 2 wheels....4-8psi!
20mph along the beach!....tidal estuaries, flooded areas, marsh land, then inland the rocks and loose slate and gravel tracks, they soak it all up.....and leave less of a footprint due to there huge float.
Depends on what you want from your bike. A change from the norm? Or just a new toy to explore, when your away from normal cycling and trail centres, these do that too but there more at home at extreme places.
2014 surly straggler
2012 surly moonlander
14 badboy 14 carbon beargrease 13 jones spaceframe 14 straggler, 05 pugsley, 13 pugsley, 12 moonlander, 13 krampus x2, 13 fargo 2, 11 surly pugsley, 01 Volvo Cannondale, 01 dekerf limited, 98 cannondale caad2, 94 san andreas, 96 san andreas, 93 pace rc200 f3, 08 Ti moots rigormootis, 93 Ti merlin xlm, 09 Ti jeff jones spaceframe, 93 fat chance yo eddy (ex dave hemming), 11 salsa mukluk, 00 scott octane, 03 stumpjumper comp, 07 s-works fsr carbon, 08 revolution triad 2, 94 claud butler kylami, 96 cannondale m500, 93 townsend, 07 scott scale 30 carbon, 92 CR dogs bolx, 09 hooligan 1, 99 trek 6500, 10 badboy