Yeah, not so much.
I may have mentioned that Sunday when I booted up my workstation, there was no boot. My workstation was bootless. Not even a pair of socks. Turns out the motherboard was fried. So I could pay $700+ and wait a week for a Dell replacement, or I could pay $800 for a new system to swap my drives and cards into immediately. No brainer, really. Although I really don't have the cash floating around (who does, these days?). But I have a tax refund coming and a refi in the works. And there's a fire settlement being worked out right now.
The bad news is, a lot of my apps have to be reinstalled. The good news is, my data is all there.
This has been a hell of a week. It's been a dent in my productivity, and a source of frustration and even a little depression. But the weekend is here, spring has sprung (no more snow, please), and I have my virtual toolkit back. Huzzah.