I have some experience with its sister product CLion so didnít require much convincing.
Yeah, their other products are almost identical. I use CLion for several projects as well (and Rider etc, etc). The awesome thing about their products is that they all allow you to install the same plugins. For example, CLion is what I use for C/C++ development, but it also allows the Perl plugin be installed, so I can work on my projects that include both C and Perl (such as this one) without having to have two IDEs open.
I've been a user of their software for a very long time now. Best part is, is that they have an Open Source License, so if you've got a viable Open Source project(s) published, you can apply for said license, and that allows you to use every single one of their products for free.