For an education project or to build an embedded system, LFS is very cool and offers numerous configuration options. However, for the vast majority of Linux users or potential Linux users, LFS is only good for experimentation, education, or the occasional embedded system.
I would not choose it for a daily "workhorse" distro or for my main PC. However, I have spent countless
Hours messing with it in a VM.
Consider Gentoo or Arch or any other more advanced distro for daily use on a regular computer.
Perfect distro for masochists, not my cup of tea as it is a pain to setup. Any software you want you have to compile and install it and all of its dependencies manually from source code. At least with other source distros like Gentoo you have a package manager to automate the process of building the software from source and resolving the dependencies. I suppose it would be a useful teaching/learning tool for the incredibly persistent.