My first PC that I bought was an Amiga 3000.
It had 6MB Ram, 120MB SCSI hard drive and a 14" Multisync Monitor.
Paid $2500 for it in 1992. Used it for gaming and multimedia work.
the following year I upgraded the machine by adding 12MB more ram bringing the total to 18MB, adding a 345MB SCSI drive, a Video Toaster 4000 card, and a 1.78MB Floppy drive. Total upgrades cost me $3400 (the VT4000 card alone was $2500 of that).
Upgraded so that I could start doing 3D work with Lightwave 3D.
I ended up trading the Toaster card for a PC when Lightwave 3D was released by itself, then sold the Amiga when Lightwave was available on the PC since the PC's at the time, Pentium 100-133's, were much faster than the my Amiga and a processor upgrade card for it was about the cost of a complete PC.
I still have an Amiga, a 3000T model that was given to me 12 years ago and I'll take it out of the closet sometimes and play some of my games on it,