Haha! This is true, however if I was actually doing a real engagement, I would use an offshore, Bitcoin funded VPS. If you operate behind a VPN, data correlation attacks don't work to identify you unless the VPS provider is working together with the target or police.
Also using a VPS prevents problems caused by portforwarding, dynamic IP's, anonyminity, and bad uploads. Another really great thing about using a VPS is that it is always alive. Most engagements that are successful generally span days, weeks or months. Having an always alive server you can SSH into from anywhere is incredibly powerful; you don't have to leave your main use machine on for months.