Watch the gap!
Unsure why but they've left out the 5700X that will surely fit in the gap between the 5600 and 5800 much like the 3700X did, and much like that it'll be the absolute sweet spot of price and performance.
AMD can't seem to do no wrong in the CPU space and I do take a certain joy in Intel getting a good kicking considering all the years of lacklustre and overpriced chips they flogged; I had a 2700K from 2011, wanted to upgrade it for years but every new Intel was a fart's worth of performance increase for a shite load more power usage, with TDPs so far off actual power draw that overclocking ends up needing you to just patch right into the local transformer, so seeing AMD come back around, with TDPs that have the same number of digits as the actual power draw, the 3700X was a legitimately exciting upgrade. If I need another one before the decade is out I'll be very surprised!
Now to wait on those new Radeons, because considering nvidia's previous gen pricing and power usage, (30% increase of performance for 50 bloody percent more money?!), the only reason they bestowed us such a heavy performer as the 3080, and as thirsty as it is, is because they are aware of the capabilities of the new Radeons. The 3080 was a 1200 quid card, easy, if nvidia weren't scared of what's on the horizon.
It might be a right balls up of a year but if you're going to be in lockdown you might as well have some fantastic looking games while in there!