We don't really like shopping recommendations on Stack Exchange. Not because we're stuck up and mean, but because they really are very localised to a specific point in time, and personal opinion or bias isn't necessarily the best option for you in your situation.
A silly example
Say for example you asked for a recommendation and someone suggested you buy a server from Acme Server Corp (and you ultimately accepted that answer). Then say Acme Server Corp went bankrupt (Acme Corporation products are notorious for failing in spectacularly comical ways).
If I then happened to stumble across your question and answer some months later, the information is now out of date and largely irrelevant. All I know is that at one point in time, you bought a server from Acme Server Corp. That doesn't help me in buying the server I need now though.
What is considered the best product or service today isn't necessarily the best service in 6 months time. It seems very selfish to ask a question, get a good answer (that's potentially only valid for a relatively short period of time) and not allow others benefit from your question and somebody else's answer in 3 years time.
Windows will still crash with
DRIVER_IRQL_LESS_OR_EQUAL in 5 years time - the server (or any other) market may be drastically different. Basically, a method of fixing a blue screen will still be relevant and the same in several years time; a product recommendation not so much.
Then you've got personal bias. Sticking with the servers example, I always buy (and recommend) HP hardware. Not because they're the best (define "the best" anyway...), but because they're what I'm familiar and comfortable with and I can say with confidence they are stable and reliable. Someone else will recommend Dell hardware for exactly the same reasons I'd recommend HP kit.