Being among the few people in the target audience, I am also on a Hungarian keyboard. Thanks for all your efforts!
I am aware of the introduce-yourself threads, but anyway: I never owned an Acorn but have seen one in school in the mid 80’s. Appearing more gifted than the average (not really my merit: Hungarian schools were far stronger than English back then), the Headmaster saw how bored I was and he kindly spent some time with me playing chess, gave me free range to the school library and showed off the computers available: the flagship, an original XT with 2 floppies, a 380Z gathering dust on the top of a cupboard and a few beebs is all I can remember. His favourite was Philosophers Quest, which was a bit too challenging for my age. Oh, and there was an Acorn poster in the staircase. An older friend saved up for an xmas Currys Spectrum +2, chiefly for running Elite, which I didn’t quite get (why would one go shopping before flying?). He soon switched to a PC with FS, with the first mouse I ever saw. At home we had a Nimbus (186) from work, far outspeccing all the speccys out there. Then a discounted original, but motley IBM PC with a Proprinter (XT label but 286 mobo, original EGA card with 64 kB running only CGA games, ST-225 HDD etc.) bought on sale, but still quite pricey. It was literally a tower of boxes higher than me when it was shipped to our doorstep. Compared to it, my schoolmates’ ZX literally looked like toys (probably because they were). Accordingly, I never had one, but by now I wouldn’t mind spending time with one, just to see it for real in close. Excluded from the computer gaming scene (whatever it was), I spent most of my time on a PC in logo, basic, donkey kong, having sometimes a go on MS Flight Simulator, just about being able to take off.
Acorn machines can be quite scarce outside the UK (no, I don’t live in NL either), so I am unlikely to have one: I learn about things running emulators and educating myself reading *.