Hmm, let's see, my first experience with computers (1981) was Clive Sinclair's ZX81 followed with the Spectrum and finally the QL.
Then it was about time to have a look at those IBM-compatibles, at first a 80286 at an amazing 12MHz, with 1Mb memory, no HDD, just a 5 1/4 floppy and another option (beside the memory upgrade from 640kb to 1Mb) a 3 1/2'; floppy drive, WOW ! :-)
This one was followed with a 486DX2 66, cool, what's next, a Pentium 75, then the 133 then the 200MMX, quickly upgraded to a 233MHz then a dual pentium pro system at 200MHz, after that one a Pentium II 233 and finally my current system an ATHLON 1k1, the last 4 systems I still have.
BTW here's my credo,
Those who do nothing cannot make mistakes !