I have not purchased one yet, and I doubt I will any time soon. $300 is too high of a price tag for something like the Switch, especially considering the lack of games for the system. Most of the games I'd want on the Switch I already own on better platforms (PS4/Steam). The only way I'll get a Switch is if I either win one, get one as a gift, or if Nintendo lowers the price to $200.
Until then, I'm perfectly okay with not having one. Like I said, it doesn't offer me any games that I don't already have or can get on PS4 at least. The only Switch exclusive game that would even interest me is Octopath Traveler, but it's not a system seller for me.
So I finally gave in and got a Switch today. Also got Mario Kart 8 and Pokken Tournament with it, plus a carrying case and screen protector because the GameStop employee was way too good at his job and convinced me to keep buying things. It's fine.
So far I'm not disappointed at all. I love how easy it is to connect the Switch to a tv, then make it a handheld, and so on. So many ways to play and the software is really easy to use, not loaded down with a bunch of icons or apps. Definitely a good buy.
We just got one last week with let's go Pikachu. Kind off wish it was actual multiplayer and not just a support character with limited gameplay when we play together. Other than that we really love it. Hopefully there will be more cool games coming out soon.
I'm not a fan. I don't own one myself as there currently aren't enough games that interest me, and I have no brand loyalty to Nintendo in the same way I do to Sony. However, I've played on it once or twice whilst babysitting for a friend's kids, and I always wind up suffering from motion sickness after a short time playing. I don't know why, as I have no trouble playing on my 3DS, PS4, or PC. So overall it's a no from me, at least until more games I'm interested in are released (and I don't mean janky "remakes" of stuff I played three years ago on my PS4) and until I can figure out why playing it makes me ill.