Thanks OP! IMHO Windows on desktop for top-end production seems to show few signs of changing except maybe for adoption of Linux on the network basis? In light of Android/Chrome/iOS Windows on mobile, Win 10 w mobile features while innovative and powerful in many ways, does seem to be shrinking in comparable market share? Not to mention if the the mythical Mac vs PC cost was an issue before, then the PC vs Chromebook is even bigger? It seems more new users of mobile devices are using apps that are not Adobe, Autodesk etc. Windows based mobile devices might become irrelevant in the long term as more of the "angry old men" are left behind clutching their Adobe/Surface etc? I guess I am a "angry old men" in regards to Wacom EMR, but continue try alternatives, including Android, iOS, Chrome. Yes younger content creators are proficient in Adobe, Autodesk etc, but are also flexible enough to alter workflows w apps if they can meet their needs? It should be obvious that apps developed for the iOS, Android, Chrome environment will likely have advantages over a desktop app shoe-horned into the mobile workspace. Todays "amateur" user will become tomorrows "pro" user using new apps and workflows. I am not happy with the direction the Mac OS is going, but then it makes sense since their hardware is also lagging on the Intel sinking ship. After ~20 years, plus the lack of modern Nivida support was the final nail for me and I have switched my main workstation from an old Mac Pro to a Ryzen Win system and my productivity has increased since I am not limited to "what works on Mac". I still rely upon Mac OS as my internet/downloading/streaming device since they are inherently safer the Win 10 in that environment, in a way a hardware firewall for my PC. I wonder if the switch to ARM will end Hackintosh? PS: I can't stop staring a those huge microphones they are all using, at least Leo is using one that is black and not screaming "oh I am so Pro w audio!".