In what way is financial profit of the company/organization of any interest to the consumer?
I hear a lot from non-OSS people that the financial profit of the company is in direct correlation to the support and maintenance motivation. In a fully proprietary environment, this might hold true to a larger extent. Less so in an OSS project, for several reasons.
To argue that I'll use IIS over Nginx cuz IIS is racking in billions in profits to Microsoft feels like the complete opposite to what you REALLY should be comparing; feature set, security, development transparency, community, and so on.
My choice is of software is, arguably biased, tilted towards the OSS way. I believe in the fundamental ideology in OSS where people is motivated by self interest, mastery, and contributions to the larger picture.