My current setup is a Mac mini with a desktop to plug it into at home and work with Apple Care, an iPad Air 2019 with Apple Pencil (and Logitech Slim Folio Keyboard incoming) as well as a 128GB iPhone XR. All bought within the past 5 months. I got this setup as I was fed up taking my MBP to the Apple Store and going without it for a week, for a £2,000+ premium. As much as I loved it. But also hunching over a laptop at work and not being able to use it in bed with the gf very easily or in public when travelling or walking put me off the form factor. The iPad is the star of the show, and embracing the iPad only life as much as possible out of work is nice, with Canva doing wonders at work, Affinity, PDF Expert etc and great performance on that game Fortnite for casual use (Mac mini can't run it well). It can absolutely do everything, but this morning on PDF Expert, having to rework a PDF which used Helvetica which for some reason was coming up as dots on colleagues Windows PCs being changed back to Arial font, I was hunching over more-so than on my laptop and took 30 mins to do what would have been a lasso-select-all job and change of font on a PC/Mac. Made me think... did I make the wrong decision? The tablet form factor outside of work, for leisure, entertainment, studying is far superior in my opinion to the laptop. And now I've got the two 24" displays, keyboard and mouse at home and work. The Surface Pro 6 is giving me an itch. Windows Central's videos keep coming up on my YouTube feed telling me of the constant, monthly if not more, releases from Microsoft and there's so much going on. So many little features, it's like 25% of the WWDC excitement on a regular basis of new things being delivered to the OS. I still use it at work helping others and it's still a PITA, but I'm not a typical user. I'm an Apple enthusiast, read computer enthusiast. And shouldn't really need to take cover in the simple iOS world the way I have, which was by choice, but with the PDF fiasco this morning, I'm not so sure it's worth it. My big issue is the iPhone. I can't use it (don't want to use it) outside of Apple's integration with the Mac, I mean, that's the whole appeal and tie in for me with Apple. Seamlessness. I happened to notice Windows getting very seamless with Android (somewhat so with Apple, but that utility on Windows is no fun at all). I'd sell all of my devices to go all in if I made the switch because any time I tried in the past iOS was constantly reminding me I was outside the ecosystem. Only thing is.. when WWDC rolls around I might be regretful of leaving it.. hmm I found software for everything on Windows except for how I'm using Keynote beyond it's purpose for creating little animation loop videos for Facebook with its transitions. I think that's literally the only thing I can't do on Windows. I'd go for some kind of Android phone, most likely by Sony as I just have a real admiration for their stuff but for a long time no need to buy any of it. Really wish they still made Vaio, with weird and wonderful devices - not like the comeback independent Vaio. Can anybody recommend me one here? I would also move from iCloud to OneDrive, Outlook and OneNote etc. Even my email to Outlook by setting up a forward. I'm going to lose a good slice of money on all these devices, I'm in the UK so USD values aren't as useful to me. My iPad has an engraving on the back with my name on it too, would this really put someone off? I mean, it's still like new and recent. Has anybody else got anything to say here? Should I go for it, in your opinions?