Again, you are ranting without making much sense.
I was a die hard classic thinkpad (X40:2005-2011, X60s:2011-2017).
Since, i have a X1yoga (1st OLED, replaced by a 4th IPS after the early OLED debacle).
The keyboard is better than the one i had on x40 and X60s, and I prefer the layout also (it takes a bit of time to adapt to home/end being on different place than the page up/ page down), but it makes sense. I would prefer dedicated buttons for volume and mic on/off (I had on the X1yoga1st btw), but i can live with that.
Notice that on <= 13inch, the insert/home button are comboed, and this is pretty bad afaik, but on >=14", no problem, there are 2 differnt buttons.
The only true problem i see is the 16/9 aspect ratio which is really suboptimal on many task, in word and excel in particular. And the awfully large bezel under and above the screen. PRoblem solved with the 3:2 titanium it seems, if only they keep the rest similar (ie all the port which are a joy to use, in particular the full size hdmi which is so convenient on holidays).
Concerning AMD vs Intel: on powerful machines, I would prefer the more powerful current rizen iterations (thought tiger lake seems to be a step in the right direction). For the lightest subnotbooks, I do prefer the more energy efficient current intel iteration (of course, all of that could change one way or another in the future).
I downvolt/downclock (I remove the stupid turbo using throttlestop, dividing the power consumption by 2!).