Hi all, I'm a pretty heavy computer user (meaning I use computers heavily, not that I'm a 'person of girth') and for a while now, I've tried to fit a Mac into my existing computer setup. Whenever Windows finds a new way to piss me off by showing me ads, phoning home, showing me ads, updating at seemingly random times, showing me ads, forcing onedrive or cortana onto me, showing me ads, or otherwise treating me as an ATM, I wish I had a Mac again. My current setup is: - Thinkpad T480s (14" laptop, light, small, awesome apart from ****** speakers) - XPS 15, GTX 1050 / i5-8400 (15" laptop, great specs for the price, again ****** speakers) - iPhone 7 - iPad Pro 10.5, mostly unused, bought as an e-reader, to store Udemy courses and a chunk of my music - 27" 1440p USB-C display The T480s is my 'backpack computer', the XPS15 is my 'gaming, couch-potato and home-office' computer. I work as a Java developer and do homeoffice once a week, requiring me to have at least one Windows machine for our proprietary VPN software. So the T480s is so fantastic that I'd have a hard time parting ways with it, and its value and reliability put any Mac to shame, but all the other stuff I can take or leave. I was thinking of replacing the XPS with an iMac, but the super expensive SSD options turned me off. I could replace the XPS with a Mac Mini, but then I'd have no GPU at all. I could replace the T480s with a Macbook Air, but it's really hard to not see that as a downgrade in almost every way possible. I could replace the iPad Pro with a Macbook Air, but that's a chunk of added costs and owning three laptops seems pointless / stupid. I could replace the XPS15 AND the iPad with a 15" Macbook Pro, but those are so unbelievably expensive that even if I sold both the XPS15 and the iPad, I'd still not break even. Also, I don't think I could live with having no Escape key. Should I just forget about it?