First off, my screen takes a longer to wake up; secondly, my keyboard input is not present for the first couple seconds that the login screen is there: I type most of my password before the keyboard input actually starts working. When I see the password entry screen, I want to enter my password—not wait for a response. In addition, if I type in my password incorrectly (which I do often, because of this fault with Mojave), it takes longer to recognize it as incorrect than previous versions of OSX had. Rather than immediately rejecting the incorrect password, it waits a second or two before doing so. This is one of the many ways in which Slo-jave has taken OSX and made it objectively less efficient / slower.