Having used the latest version of Chromium Edge I found it to be just about prefect for my needs & can find few if any issues with it so I think it will be default browser not Chrome - Found an extension (Get CRX) to allow Chrome themes on it so happy ~
I am using Google Chrome on W10 and Chromium on Linux, the privacy thing has no care for me, you can't do much in one way or another spy in the same way. If it doesn't spy on you Google spies on you M $ and if it's not your IPS, etc.
I have to say, it's a very difficult choice.
I'm a big Opera fan, but due to their stubbornness not to improve the built-in adblocker, the questionable VPN and the lack of My Flow in the regular mobile version (?!) I've been slowly ditching it.
Firefox is that browser you want to love, but end up giving up - I dislike the battery drain on desktop and the painful mobile version (preview is faster, but lacks proper adblocking).
Chrome is just Chrome. The lack of adblocking in the mobile version is a big enough reason not to use it, not to mention the privacy concerns.
Chromium Edge is just a fast reliable browser with less Google clutter. No standout features, but I really enjoy the smooth scrolling and the back gesture inspired in the old Edge. The tracking protection seems to be inspired in the Firefox one (is it using Disconnect lists too?).
At the end, my current favorite has to be Chromium Edge.
Brave for me. The only think i don't like in Brave is that i can't completely disable their adblocker, cause i like to use other.
Other than that, Brave is an amazing browser and fast just like chrome (in my machine).