Jóhann B. Guðmundsson wrote:
sd-boot is already installed on end users system, is light weight
compared to Grub ( sd-boot only supports uefi,smaller code size, easier
to maintain ).
And that is exactly the problem, systemd-boot has only a small fraction of
the feature set of GRUB. That is what makes it so small. I do not see what
value it would provide over GRUB-EFI.
In addition, as far as I know, systemd-boot is not compatible with the
"Secure Boot" shim.