Generally speaking I think extroverts are more comfortable in an evangelical service and introverts in a Catholic Mass. An evangelical worship service usually sounds like halftime at a college football game until the second or third song (coffee not popcorn, Bibles not Bud). The Mass more closely resembles a funeral.
Evangelicals can do a much better job at cultivating a spirit of prayerfulness before worship, and Catholics can improve by being more friendly (especially afterwards in the annex). But there is a larger theological point is at play that helps create these differences. For Catholics, the sanctuary truly is a holy place that requires reverence—Christ’s body is present in the tabernacle. In evangelicalism, no such doctrine exists.