When I sold PC computers, I sold a ton of them, mainly because I was and still am excited by them. My all-out best Mac-busting line was: "Go over to the mall and check the software shop. You'll find wall to wall, floor to ceiling PC software and one lonely little stand-alone shelf of Mac software. No-brainer. I had an average closing rate of 72% (which is off the charts).
So other than for graphical arts companies and printers, the Mac is simply extremely limited and needs "stuff" to run PC software...I THINK that's still the case, but I don't read about Mac stuff anymore.