That's kind of where I'm at. I have a M1 MBP, great machine. has a lot to offer. My intent was to use this as my primary laptop, but things didn't work out. So now I have more of a hybrid set up. I have my Pc for gaming, and other tasks where windows is superior, and then I have my Mac for things it does better.
So I don't game on desktop/laptop. I'm happy with PS5 and steamdeck for that.
Which means that for me, with the m1 (not even m2) chips, I can get a really powerful mac desktop, laptop and it'll be completely silent. I've actually got a mac mini m1 which eats up anything I ask of it and a very overspecced mac studio which is completely overkill but thankfully also silent.
The PCs... I have a 2022 dell desktop from work, well specced... fan is a bit noisy, build quality is, well, plasticy ok. Then I have the PC I built with the 13th gen i9 and everything top end spec other than gpu because again, gaming not needed. The one I built is certainly louder than all the macs.
On the days I feel like windows, it's best described as my ford focus day. I fire it up, nothing is particularly inspiring or making me smile, it works. There's the odd unresponsive app but I know it so well that nothing really phases me with it (nor excites me).
On my Apple days, I smile at the elegance and design of the apps (MS 365 strongly excluded). I enjoy the speed, quietness and power of the apple silicon and love things like end to end encryption and things that as a UI guy I appreciate... like the dialogues that say what will actually happen rather than a standard windows dialogue that often leaves me thinking argh what does that mean in this exact circumstance?
I truly do think Apple have played it exceptionally well with apple silicon. Windows on arm is still a disaster even though it has to be the way forward... and it's been years and years now! it's one of those times when I look at Apple and think yep, they've got a good few years head start with that.
Then, being the idiot I am, I notice things like office 365 being a pain on mac.. not apples fault but I use it continuously throughout the day so do I want to compromise on it? the menu bar across the top of my 49" monitor with the menus all on the top left of the massive screen and my mouse pointer bottom right. Honestly all the old research that said it didn't matter because you could whiz the mouse up top left easily just doesn't make sense on such a huge modern monitor.
....and so, I go and plug in the windows PC and well
10 use windows pc, set status happy
20 get bored and miss the nice m1 mac, set status unhappy
30 use mac, set status happy
40 get slightly annoyed by 365/something else, set status unhappy
50 goto 10
welcome to my flip flop life.