You do realize that everyone here is somewhat prejudiced...
The specs for a Bukobot duo fit what you described.
What I like about the Bukobot is its modularity. It's easy to tear it apart and modify it, and improve it.
You do need to be aware of one aspect of FDM printing: It can be hard to achieve a finish that satisfies your aesthetic standards. Not impossible, but sometimes hard. Of course this depends on your standards. And this applies to all FDM printers, not just Bukobots.
To get the desired results, people sometimes have to spend a lot of time working out the little details. Slicer settings can be tweaked ad nauseum
(and the software continues to evolve too). And where you get your filament from can have a huge impact. Fortunately, once the right settings and workflow and materials are worked out, you can get fairly consistent results after that.
Some people use solvent spray systems to finish their parts after they come off the printer. You should look into that.
In other words, your mileage may vary. A lot. And the only way to find out is to try it.
Am I crazy?
this question is outside the scope of this forum