Hosting your own authoritative DNS: yay or nay?
Due to me having to implement ACME dns-01 verification for my network, I now acquired a sense of how DNS works. I can now happily run an authoritative name server on my network.
It seems quite easy, so I wonder - is it a good idea to drop Cloudflare/Bunny/whatever to host my own servers? Ideally this would also make DNSSEC safer since the keys would only be in my possession, and i would be able to use whatever absurdly low TTL I wish as well as exotic record types without having to pay for more queries.
It's basically matter of putting a couple of zonefiles in a folder, and letting the domain point to the NS. If it feels so easy - why aren't more people doing so?