My studio setup is very simple, absolutely no big deal. I've gone from analog mixing and summing, and hardware processing, to in-the-box. I don't have much that you can't find at any typical project studio any more. So plan on saying, "Meh, this studio is no big deal!"
I book outside studios when I have the need for a drum room, outboard gear, etc. And that's unusual lately, too.
I used to be a big believer in high end recording gear, but I've come around to the belief that it's not what you have, it's how you use what you have. These days even the most ordinary gear sounds as good or better than what we had only a few years ago!
Seriously, I'm just one doofus on the internet. Always try or at least listen to clips before buying!