@Mor - I would also seriously consider getting a 3D printer, particularly if you aren't planning on doing much with wood. The modern hobby miller seems to do much more with plastic anyway, and I would argue that a 3D printer is more versatile in what it is able to create.
There is also a greater community growing around the 3D printing, so there are more models available.
Admittedly, there are pros and cons on each side. And a lot of people do intend to get a home milling machine in order to create wood sculptural objects rather than working with other technology.