I must say, that after having read most of your woes with Macs and Windows PC's I can honestly say and ask you in the same sentence if this switching back and for isn't hard on your psyche?
I would imagine it is. Could you ever settle down, and then be content with that decision? I guess, again, after having read the thread, that the answer would be no.
Is it as much the Mac itself or is in macOS vs building / buying a Windows capable PC / Windows - that's the reason for this.
I do envy your means of cash flow and determination. I just don't think it's healthy. I say that because I've been switching back and forth using macOS Big Sur and macOS Monterey and then Windows 10 plus a little Windows 11 for along time and it takes a toll on me and my disk drive, but me in particular as it takes quite a bit of preparation for backup purposes(APFS Time Machine backup vs an exFAT formatted drive for reading on Windows)
On top of that it takes quite a substantial amount of my time.
All because I had this idea of either side having greener grass. In reality it's not green, it's just painted that way.
For the times I've done this, it almost always comes down to Windows' lack of hi-dpi implementation.. And many software developers could not care less about Microsoft's UI and UX guidelines.
I've lasted at most 4 days on Windows 10 - setting it all up and being "cool, it's nice and seems like Windows has less overhead for some reason" "however, there is a lot of initial driver installation and reboots - that's normal I guess"
Then it gets to the point where I dive a little deeper into Windows because that's in my nature since using Windows XP and themes and such.. I see the terrible pits of doom of disgusting designs on Windows and more and more apps that I download either has a tiny tiny installation window or normal size installation window but small text and installation graphics.. I'm looking at Google Chrome installer in particular.
The hi-dpi resolution thing is probably overused. It's just not the whole thought behind me writing this comment.
My hope for you is that you find a little rest in your decisions and perhaps write a list on physical paper containing a "pros" and "cons" column - then look at that and base your decision on that.. It's a much more tangible solution than base it on e.g desire
Sometimes it has come over me to try a different OS and build a computer.. I know that if I build a PC I will make it a macOS computer that's ten times as fast and a 3rd of the price of my current Intel iMac.. I think it's that I have an iMac now and have built PC's for Hackintosh purposes in the past, that I can see the benefits of direct access to hardware.
Then again a 5K monitor to add to the PC setup will be as expensive as me buying a 2019 or later 27" Intel iMac.
Sorry about the long write. the thread title sure does live up to its name.
Edit.. and if I'm touching on subjects mentioned by you in the past then I don't mean to parrot them here as previously unsaid.. and if if I touch on subjects that are too sensitive / personal, then I didn't mean to do that either. Only writing as a user on a forum that can see a little of this flip-flopping in himself..