i have experience with one, but probably not the one anyone here is likely to get. my office has a PLS6-150 (but with a single 75w tube and a slot to add any number of different tubes, from another 75w to get to 150w or to add something like a 30w tube, which would be a better engraver, especially 3D).
but, that PLS6-150, with separate air assist and a BOFA filter (plus installation and some level of support for the first year, which i don’t know exactly how much that was) was in the $40-45k range.
that said, it’s a print interface, which i like, although it’s not as user friendly and takes a lot more playing around to get the hang of. but it also has a TON of basic preset starting points for a ridiculous range of materials. physically, it’s solid as a rock. 32x18 bed, 9" z height. it’s a beast. and it engraves lightning fast (at least 2x, sometimes more the speed of the GF). watching that head move back and forth at those speeds is crazy.
i couldn’t justify the cost/size/space of an industrial laser. i caught enough crap from my wife when i spent $2400 on the preorder (i missed the first window). and my GF is upstairs, and up old attic stairs (narrow) at that.
thankfully i have access to the beast. i hate to say it, if my GF craps out and i decide not to deal with stuff, i’ll probably just have to live w/going to the office if i want to make stuff. i would miss being able to run upstairs and do whatever i want whenever i want, but it would be hard to justify spending a few thousand again. especially w/access to the Universal at work. i got my GF before we got that in the office.