FWIW, I grew up homeschooled from 3rd grade to graduation, and was among many homeschoolers of different ages throughout that time. I do believe I received a better education than most, but we also had a resource center available where we (as homeschoolers) could selectively take classes to supplement our homeschool education.
Went in and out of college just fine, other than it took me an extra year because I was indecisive about my major.
Worked my butt off during school, and have continued to do so. I had a job lined up in my profession 8 months before I graduated, and am still working there today.
There are more weirdos in the homeschooling world than you'd find in public schools (at least speaking in terms of a ratio), but that isn't because homeschooling makes them weird - it's because their parents make them weird, and are usually attracted to homeschooling so that they do not become unweird, for lack of a better term. It's not the fault of the homeschooling process at all, it's just the product of the people who are attracted to the idea of homeschooling.
My wife and I plan to homeschool our daughter as well, and any future children we may have. I just don't like the direction public schools are going with larger classrooms and lowering the learning requirements to raise up the perceived intelligence of the kids. It's just not right...