In anticipation that the thread will be moved:
They seem to be nice dogs, are quite bright and very active. Of course, if your mixed breed is true to the activity levels of the breeds behind it, a Puli will fit right in! I haven’t had any personal friends who owned one, but have seen and petted them at shows. They’re not really outgoing with strangers, but that’s more because they’re the offspring of working (herding) dogs, and as yet unmodified by fanciers. AKC link
Contrary to appearance/opinion, maintaining a corded coat in the adult is supposed to be easy. However, if you get a young puppy, you’ll have to help get the cords established. The breeder should be able to help you with that. I predict that you would encounter serious censure from other Pulik owners if you did shave your dog, unless it was a one-time thing, for good reason. The cords are s’posta be an attraction, not something to eliminate. You may need to adapt to the odor, but it’s really not as bad as you might think, unless you expose the dog to lots of mud puddles.
Pulik and Komondorok were both bred to live in the Great Outdoors[sup]TM[/sup]. As Hungary has great plains (not as big as ours, of course, but big for Europe), it was a place where many, many sheep lived. The Pulik and Komondorok lived with them, but had different functions (Pulik herd; Komondorok guard).
Expect to pay a fairly steep price (probably north of $1,000, but you could luck out). You will likely also be required to prove to the breeder that you’re a good and appropriate home for one of their babies.