My latest personal purchase was an eMac. I retired my old Pavilion to Linux file server status. My work laptop is from Dell running Windows. I'm happy will all of them, because they match their purposes.
At home I listen to music and play with my digital camera. The Mac is unbeatably strong here.
The converted HP Pavilion running Linux as a file and print server continues to deliver solid value.
My Dell laptop gives me the productivity apps that fit with the corporation for whom I work.
I will say this. If I were to start working for myself again, I would probably go the Mac route with a PowerBook including a purchase of Mac Office Pro, which will give me Office and a virtual XP machine for apps that only exist in that world.
I won't say that I haven't crashed my Mac, because I have, but it takes work. But the combination of BSD Linux stability, the Aqua interface, and the availability of Office and other 'standard' apps is unbeatable.
Meet the drop-resistant Moto Z2 Force
The Moto Z2 Force is really thin, with a fast processor and great battery life. It can survive drops without shattering.