Upload & Sell: Off
But the one thing that has always struck home for me is this. If you buy a tool to use, and you never use it, or despise every minute using it, it is an expensive waste of money! VS a tool you enjoy and use every chance you get and you accomplish your tasks with ease... that technology is downright cheap by comparison.
The wonderful part about technology is...the more you use it...and the more you get used to using it, and the better you get at it (and the more technical you become)...the more it drives you crazy. Doesn't matter what it is. I've been a Linux user for years, and there's things about it that drive me nuts. I used my Mac as my primary system for quite a while, and there's things about it that drive me nuts. Same thing with Windows. They all have their advantages and disadvantages.
Just don't get me started on browsers. I hate browsers. I haven't had a browser I've liked in 5 or 10 years. They all drive me crazy. Firefox is at least behaving, at the moment, only using 1.5G of the 8G of memory available on my system...had it up to 3.7G, the other day
It really just comes down to what you are comfortable with using, what tasks you are trying to do, and how much work you want to do. I use a (gasp) iPod to listen to my music, because it just works. I went for a Nook over a Kindle due to Amazon's stupidity with locking their material (though, I still prefer dead tree format books). I use Fedora Linux on my workstations, but one of my two server machines is running Debian - no RHEL on ARM, and Fedora moves to quickly for me to really want to base infrastructure on it. My other server runs RHEL6. I use a Windows machine for some things, because Sibelius and Photoshop just work better under it (compared to Linux), as do my games. I probably won't ever had an iPad, I do have some issues with Apple's heavy handed approach to things. I use an Android phone, but that was a major concession on my part, since Google drives me nuts a lot of the time, too. I wish Nokia had continued to develop Symbian.
Anyway...that's that. Stay off my lawn, and I'll stay off of yours