It's all been said, so I'm not going to pile on here, just my story. I bought two brand new maxed-out MacBook Pro 16"'s two months ago to finally be 100% rid of Apple's butterfly keyboard issue, which was cramping my style. Great computer, but as pointed out above, Catalina without option. So there's that.
About two years ago, I splurged on a Roland TD-50 drum brain to use only as a sound module for my ZenDrum controller. I've never had any intention to get any piece of Roland's electronic kits (due to space, expense, and ambient noise), making the TD-50 a really extravagant expenditure I bought to half-find out what it's like, but intended to sell off because it'll fetch a lot of money secondhand. I ended up storing it for more than a year because I've never needed to bother with selling it. It's nice enough as a sound module, but can't compare with BFD3 when using my external MIDI controller, a ZenDrum. And I leave so much of the TD-50's functionality lying on the table because I don't use any of Roland's hardware drums. Still, it has several kits that I like well enough, and it has convenient player-features. It's just that it takes up so much damn space. Yes, I lucked out as a tider-over for BFD3, but also--even with my fancy new computers--I'm now happy to be rid of the headache of using a computer as a sound module. It's so nice to have a dedicated box and leave my computers free for non-audio things; at this point, I've become one of those DAW-less followers. I don't need to do mastering, so that option's viable for me.
My setup certainly isn't an economic way to go computer-free (two top-of-the-line laptops, and a big, bulky, expensive drum module that only lets you squeeze 12 voices out of it). But laying out all this money does give me a convenient music environment, so I'm enjoying my extravagance. I really think if BFD3 comes back, I'll go without it as long as possible to see if I can live with my current workflow. I also have a Pulsar-23 from Soma Labs, which is also big and bulky, but provides electronic drums like no other, and a small 16-layer boutique sample player called Stompblock built for ZenDrum. I wouldn't have thought that playing live on a ZenDrum controller I'd feel the difference between 16 and 128 layers, but I definitely do. The ZenDrum is that sensitive; I just didn't know my fingers were. But as long as I don't need full-spectrum acoustic kits, I'm fine with my Frankenstein combo of sound modules, and I'm never subject to the unpredictable developments of software and computer glitches.
Oh yeah, I've got two Nord Drum 3P's in storage that I can't get to for a few months. I like the sound, but would have to rent a new space to accommodate that large a setup. One thing about BFD3: laptop and ZenDrum were enough.