This is old news by now. By this point, everyone has made their choice between these two... or something else.
I wrote about my first impressions of Pathfinder in 2019, when it was released. It has some interesting stuff. I've never actually played it.
I did, however, watch a video about it, and found it very interesting. It illustrates lots of stuff I try to say here with actual examples from PF2. Mainly, about lots of complexity and lack of meaningful choices.
This is not a jab against PF2 specifically; I see it in 5e and lots of other games, even old school ones.
Anyway, I think it is worth watching not only for PF2 and 5e players but also people who are interested in RPG mechanics.
Without further ado:
There is a follow up video, too, but this only deals with very specific comparisons between 5e and PF 2. Still interesting.
The channel is full of good stuff, especially for 5e fans. Take a look!