I’ve actually gone the other direction. I’ve worked hard and am at a place in my career and life that I can afford anything I want. I went thru a bit of a binge the last 3 years and gave myself a nice budget to play with. I’ve realized that I am always going to find a way to get the 3-4 core tones I always use with whatever rig I have. I’m also an adherent to using the simplest and least amount of gear required to get the job done. This also reduces the number of potential failure points and increases reliability live. Basically, I’m just done with my recent cycle of acquisition and change and selling off everything that’s redundant or simply not bring used. I’m the opposite of a flipper; money isn’t ever my concern with gear, so I list and sell below market value when I want to liquidate gear quickly. I’m happy I have zero GAS these days. It’s cathartic to reduce clutter and simplify.