I decided to be an agent of China and buy a Huawei Matebook X Pro laptop (i7 model). It's a clone of the Macbook Pro design aesthetic without the premium macOS price tag. I was going to get either an XPS or Thinkpad, but the layout and specs of this laptop was too hard to pass on. Considering all of them when spec'd out cost just as much or more.
Screen: 13.9" 3000x2000 LTPS Touchscreen (3:2 aspect ratio)
CPU: i7 8550U
GPU: Geforce Mx150 2 GB
RAM: 16 GB LPDDR3 2133 (soldered on, non-expandable)
Storage: 512 GB NVMe PCIe SSD
I/O Ports: Power button with built-in fingerprint reader, 3.5 mm headphone jack, USB C, USB C Thunderbolt 3, USB A
Battery: 57.4 Wh fast charging
Includes: USB C dock with HDMI, VGA, USB C, and USB A
Pressing the power button once: boots the laptop and logs into Windows at the same time! You can disable it for security reasons.
Quiet when using it for web browsing and streaming
Windows Signature Edition (it only came with Microsoft Store mobile games and Huawei's PC Manager for driver updates)
Webcam is hidden in the keyboard with a toggle hinge
Ultrabook fragility (I wouldn't toss this around unless you want a dent in the case body)
Trackpad rattles (Not really an issue for me as it's not very audible with background noise or headphones. There is also an easy fix by placing a piece of paper under the trackpad.)
Chin webcam angle (I don't use the webcam, so not an issue for me)
Some users report heating issues (I only saw 40 C on the surface of the keyboard near the top 2 rows of keys. Not hot enough for discomfort for typing or using on lap)
Brad331 did a lot of mods to his, but I'll put them on the backburner for now.