As a disclaimer, I NEVER enjoyed being a JW. I was raised one, so I really didn't have much of a choice.
But, my observation over the years has been, yes, indeed some people DO enjoy being JW's for a variety of reasons. I really do think those who join on their own as opposed to being raised as one fall into this category more often.
I know my mother enjoyed a certain "status" as a pioneer and well-respected member of the congregation that she could not get elsewhere in life (or at least she thought she could not). I really feel she thought she couldn't make it in the "in" crowd in life in general, but she felt warmly embraced and accepted in the JW crowd, provided she did all the things that were hallmarks of a "good witness."
Also take a look at the noble elders, who generally are janitors, pool cleaners, construction workers, whatever business allows them to be "no part of the world," corporate or elsewhere. Janitor by day, they are the esteemed elders by night and on weekends. In their holier-than-though, all-powerful roles, they decide the fate of individuals in the congregation. They are looked up to, respected, listened to. Where else can they possibly get this kind of respect???
I've always said, JWism offers men much more than women. The smart women usually figure this out, that is, if they are not already too entrenched and trying to live out their own "status" fantasy (as my mother is, I am sure).