There is nothing wrong with posting pictures of your home studio on social media but many skip the most critical part of the process of becoming a working voice actor. Learning how to do it! Buying gear and building your home studio should be a very exciting part of building a career but if you decide to throw acting skills on the back burner, you will be in trouble.
Imagine having a good mic, preamp, headphones, monitors and your space is treated well. You're ready to start auditioning and booking work! Oops, you have no idea how to read a commercial script. Oops, you have no idea how to get into character for a video game script. Oops, you have no idea how to execute an eLearning script. How will you ever use your new shiny TLM-103 if you can't perform a commercial script the way you're hearing it on radio or television? Simple. You can't.