I don't see the point
I'm sure the M1 is a fine processor, sans the security issues already discovered. And OS 11 is a solid operating system. But, I don't get the purpose of the platform. Apple broke all my PowerPC apps then broke all my 32bit apps. I need use a hack to run Windows apps and the M1 is a big step away from the Intel platform on which all my other apps run.
I have no need for an ARM based desktop computer. Hardware connectivity changes year to year: Firewire400, Firewire800, Thunderbolt, Displayport... I've got an Apple keyboard which is incompatible with my Apple desktop because of a BIOS issue.
Then, there's all the monitoring and spying, reporting back to Apple every app I run and scanning my phone for porn. My third Mac Mini was running very slowly and I suspect it was Apple throttling the older operating system to convince me I needed to upgrade again.
I ran into a brick wall after 10.10, not willing to scrap more than half of my applications and buy all new hardware again. I use a computer to run my apps and the operating system to support those apps. What good is a shiny polished aluminum and glass gizmo which does nothing I ask it to? It's more of a curio than a useful machine.
Win10 runs my 16bit and 32bit apps. It runs Linux, supports shell scripting, and is better supported. The development tools are free. For every Apple app there's a dozen Windows apps which do it better, often for free. I just don't get the purpose of an Apple computer.