you're painting yourself into a corner. in a nutshell BSD is just another Unix clone like Linux. It uses the same exact libraries that come with every distro. The performance is absolutely s*** and you know it. What do you expect from bunch of greybeard Unixtards who use Macbook Pros as their real machine to get work done. So to bring up BSD as a good alternative to Linux is crazy. It's really stuck in 1970s and is basically a research OS that has produced some useful things (firewall, sandboxing, security).
Quite ironic that BSDs are 1337 hax0r server systems and yet UEFI which started in the server world (for Itanium, specifically) is not even barely working on FreeBSD.