There speaks somebody who's not managed other systems, presumably.
"My Documents" is stupid when it's not even a document-storing account. Local Administrators having My Documents is stupid. Plus, then, they aren't My Anything. They are Company Documents.
That aside, I rename My Computer (or, nowadays, create a shortcut to the same) to This PC. It just makes more sense, whether you are at home or at work.
On top of that, the My Document folder is full to the brim of "CompanyName" folders for every concievable software manufacturer on any PC you've used for more than a day. Most of "My Documents" isn't close to "My" at all - I'd rather they weren't in there whatsoever, because everything thinks it has the right to throw junk into My Documents under a folder all its own (because, at one point, My Saved Games, etc. didn't exist).
On top of that, My Documents INCLUDES My Pictures. They're both types of documents. But, oh no, one defaults to one location and one to another. Stupid. Microsoft's fix is indexing and collation of all these places into one huge globular - but temporal - mess where you can have multiple copies of the same document/photo appear.
On top of THAT, if you ever browse a newly-setup server and go to the User areas (I separate Profiles and Documents, but some people don't), you'll see a thousand "My Documents". Because it's a fake name applied by desktop.ini and the like to any document folder. Want to get into a particular user? You have to turn off buckets of options, type their username in manually, or show another column - the REAL name of the folder.
So now we're breaking stuff out of Documents and putting it in Pictures - is that part of the user profile (and thus needs to be downloaded to every client they log onto), or is that a storage area that can be pushed off with Folder Redirection to a network share? Okay, what about My Data Sources? What about My Videos? What about My Saved Games? What about My Third-party Things That Some Program Created In The Profile Folder?
Can you redirect them all? Not easily. And why is Downloads outside of My Documents? Surely that's a bulk-storage area that you don't need to download to every client every time you logon?
It's a damn mess. Yet, in base AD, we have two options - Profile Path and Home Path (not even called My Documents!). Everything else is GPO and Folder Redirection.
So now when you backup your home laptop, you have to get not only My Documents but My Pictures, My Videos, My DVD-Rips created by some freeware, etc. too. Or you have to backup the entire User folder, which is a massive waste and includes - amongst other things - your registry which isn't necessarily portable.
To you it's "just a name". To a sysadmin it's a bunch of junk that's slowly getting out of hand and there's few sensible ways to organise it.
And yet all the user cares about is "magical, mystical special settings I should never play with" (Profile!), and "all my stuff" (which they can arrange how they want into subfolders of their own choosing) (Home!).
This PC, This Network, Profile and Home. Universal, not personal/business specific, not unbelievably twee and unnecessarily humanising, and been the basis of user accounts for decades.
But no, "My CDBP Projects" or whatever the ones that keep reappearing in my profile/document folders (at random it seems!) whenever I run some bit of freeware are the way to go...