As a software developer where stability, reliability and conformance to x86 standards are critical, Intel has always been my CPU of choice. Also as a gamer seeking the most powerful system possible, Intel has always been my CPU of choice. The only criteria AMD have ever really won on is "Performance per $", which given that I am not particularly budget-limited has never been a significant consideration to me. Certainly not nearly enough to outweigh the others.
Furthermore over decades of working with PCs I have seen a clear pattern that AMD-based PCs always seem to have little quirky things going on, such as more unexplainable blue screens etc, that just doesn't happen with Intel CPUs.
In my experience, exactly the same can be said of their GPUs compared to Nvidia's too.
Its nice to see AMD finally kicking Intel in the performance pants, because Intel are definitely overdue for some real competition at least in order to not just stagnate, however it seems to me that AMD even after decades still have other quirky little quality/reliability/compatibility issues to address that are just as damaging to their potential market deamnd as outright performance.