Short-term and for entertainment, I don't see a problem.
Long-term, I think it sucks if you're trying to build up a roll to play higher stakes,
The rake/jackpot drop is capped at $50 dollars, you should be trying to play deep to get pots that vastly surpass that cap.
1 $300 pot $7 rake/tips etc-$293 net.
6 $50 pots $42 rake/tips etc.-$258 net.
Little pots pay the rake, big pots pay you.
I'm definitely about entertainment. I went through a few years in my life where I felt I could play poker long term for profit. Used to frequent the poker boards. Twoplustwo, /r/poker, played regularly online. Read lots of books. Practiced GTO. Watched a lot of online videos. Large enough sample size to know I could beat 10nl and 30nl online.
Came to the realization it wasn't for me when I experienced some negative variance that made me question everything.
That and the realization that in my city 1/2nl is the most common and even if i was consistent at 25bb/100 live I'm still making more working my day job. Not interested in moving or being that guy flying out to Vegas every weekend.
It's all for fun for me now a days.