I think it’s important to understand what happened with Last Pass. Their development environment was hacked, not production. There is no customer data in the development side, so no passwords nor anything customer was compromised. If you want detail here is a link to their detailed explanation. https://blog.lastpass.com/2022/08/notice-of-recent-security-incident/
The fact that they were hacked is concerning. But their response and how they were setup to begin with kept potential damage very limited. I then to view it as a positive for LastPass rather than a red flag. Hackers are going to try to get password sites. The gold is there.
That said I’ve been using Last Pass for many years. Glenn raises some important points about other reasons why Bitwarden is better. So I’m on the fence and still deciding whether to make a switch. I don’t think there is a way to port my current passwords from LastPass to Bitwarden, so I think the transition would be long and painful.