Not sure, what have you seen that makes you most convinced about V? You got a little sales pitch?
My immediate appeal looking at it was that it looked very Go like, which is nice since I already like Go.
It seemed to have an interesting way of dealing with memory which I have not quite yet understood.
However from my understanding V is quite far behind Zig in terms of development and community support.
I thought I'd check in on it later when I see where Zig, Odin and V are going. Don't want to invest too much time into something that isn't going anywhere.
Zig seems to be very close to actually start being used for real projects. In fact I think Arduino programming may already be possible which was one of the things I was kind of interested in doing. If only can dust of my Arduino controlled XY plotter.
I tried writing controller software for it in C, but just started getting annoyed at the limitations of C and gave up. I looked at various other alternatives like Go, but I realized a really low level C-like alternative was what I needed. But that did not exist at the time.