I make an assumption, and I may be wrong, but that assumption is that people interested in audio are interested in finding what sounds good to them. If that happiness is in a 128k stream with garbage headphones, they have hit audio truth, happiness in what they are listening to. That is completely different than people who (it seems all to often) broadcast whatever they have is the "best". There is no best, only what a person likes best.
Generally they are happy with what they bought.
People interested in audio are always looking for the next best thing reviewed by their favorite reviewers.
That happens here and elsewhere... that's how this hobby works.
Rarely they audition stuff for themselves and take months to make a decision and keep using this till the cows come home.
More often than not a decision to buy something is done solely on subjective findings or recommendations.
There is always something audio folks want upgraded and the market is eager to sell you their stuff.
Whatever they bought is best to them but may not be best for someone else and may very well not have best performance in an absolute sense.
There is something as best technical performance to date. Sadly it does not take long for the next 'best' device comes along.
The same is true for subjective personal 'best'. Next month someone claims this or that 'trounces' or 'destroys' their favorite whatever... and that will start nagging at them too.
One may like Schiit or not (I am agnostic to that) but actual performance and errors can be found. Audible or not. In all brands.
If you love your gear that's fine but objectively not all Schiit is 'da s#it' just as it is with most other brands as well.
If you enjoy music with your favorite gear that's all that matters in the end.
There are lots of ways to get there.