Most of things on my list are kinda fillers or things which are not released yet or ever.
First on the list is Dell KB-522 keyboard, actually i'm ordering it in next few days. It has standard layout with addition of few basic hotkeys, perfect to me. I hate mechanical keyboards, too loud, too expensive and none of them comes with useful hotkeys. This dell keyboard seems to be an office keyboard? Well, it perfectly fits all my programming, gaming and multimedia needs.
Next one possibly a decent chair, most likely another office grade thing as none(?) of gaming chairs come with mesh back. Solid leather or leather-like back is something what gives you more sweat in hot summer days. Think about it, you need an airflow too!
Top priority on my list is a gpu, top-end radeon navi 2, whatever will be released on September. 5900xt? I assume they will change name to 6900xt or 6950xt and that's what i'm aiming for as long as it stays under 700 euros as that's maximum amount i'm willing to spend on any consumer/gaming grade gpu. It will be either asrock taichi (to fit aesthetically to my motherboard) or sapphire nitro or gigabyte (for lack of "warranty void if removed" stickers on screws).
New gpu demands new display as my current is 1080p@75Hz, i would love to jump to physical 2560x1440 above 100Hz but it is extremely difficult to find something what i want. After pretty much a lot of research i ended up with these two added to my wishlist: AOC 24G2U (yes, i know this is 1080p) or Aorus FI27Q-P. In reality perfect display to me would be 24", 2560x1440, IPS, Freesync, 120Hz (or higher), flat, not curved at any price up to 700 euros. If anyone knows anything like this existing or being released soon please let me know about it in here or via pm. Not many people think about it but decent display requires proper connection with gpu so after some research i concluded this cable will be best pick: Club3D CAC-2068.
Probably somewhere between gpu and monitor i will add an ssd and my choice goes to sabrent rocket 2TB (SB-ROCKET-NVMe4-HTSK-2TB). I'm totally aware i'm overpaying with this one a lot but same as with display, this is a purchase which is supposed to last me for years and as many generations as possible. For example i recently replaced my all three hdds (2TB+1TB+1TB) with two 4TB hdds. I took a look at dates on them and one was from 06.2009!!! After all these years this drive just slowed down significantly but was still operating smoothly enough for storing important data. No bad sectors, no problems with accessing, copying, moving anything, working fine, just slowed down. HDDs are amazing.
Next on the list are fillers, first of them is a cpu cooler: Noctua NH-D15 or D15S. I'm satisfied with amd's/cooler master's rgb wraith bundled with my cpu. In bios alternated a fan curve slightly by setting 50% for up to 80 degrees and it is really quiet, 5 other fans in my case together make more noise than this one set this way. If i'm going to buy noctua i will buy it only to lower temperatures. I'm not huge fan of rgb but amd's cooler's rgb looks amazing to me and it would be a bit sad to lose it with noctua. Actually that's a hard choice to make.
Next filler is a blu-ray burner. In my pc always was and always has to be an ODD as i'm using audio-CDs and DVDs, maybe not on regular basis but from time to time and it is enough to me to keep such drive inside. Replacing dvd odd with blu-ray one will make me expand my collection of optical discs with blu-rays.
Last filler, the lowest priority is a printer, Epson ecotank L3151. It has the lowest priority because my needs to print anything are way, way more rare than my needs to use and ODD.
If you went through that wall of text, congratulations and thank you for your time.