For me, Stardock was always remote [only been there twice]...
Same here Doc, i have worked for my company in Canada (A Remote Worker, I Live In The UK) for over 14 years. Never been to the office in person as its on the other side of the planet.
I too have invested a bunch of money over the years making my workstation as comfortable as possible. I have a High End Chair that can be adjusted in several ways for back support. My space is not too big so i bought one of those Clamp Multi Function Arms for my Monitor (The kind you see in Banks Clamped to my desk side) so it can be moved in many directions, so when i work it is more or less at head height (maybe just a touch lower). I have a Shelf with several HD Docking Stations all USB3 for my collection of around 30TBs for just about everything. So Effectively i sit at a right angle to my desk and have built an angled foot rest that can be adjusted both up and down and the angle changed to suit. I have made a Mouse Matt that is fixed at one corner that allows it to swing out to just above my right knee, and swings back under the desk when not needed, my keyboard sits on my lap as i have found that to be the most comfortable, this leaves almost all my Desktop surface empty. My Mouse and Keyboard are wireless and both Backlit so they Glow (Day Shift In Canada is Nightshift in the UK).
When i have finished working, this whole set up is permanently connected to my 60 Inch 4K Plasma TV, which is also on a Multi Function Arm that swings out to just beyond my feet off set to the right. Sometimes when work is not too busy, i can re locate to the Bed using the same mouse, and a half size wireless Keyboard and work that way, but have to be super careful not to fall asleep.
Have been doing this for years so agree fully with redskittlesonly, if you work from home, then why not invest in making the space as the very best it can be for comfort and practicality.