Hey man, I've been there before - many times. For me, personally, it's the materialist/anti-materialist struggle. I like nice things. I like well designed things. I like artful things. And I WANT them. But I also think materialism is abhorrent and unfulfilling. It fills something in me momentarily, but over time the accumulation becomes overwhelming and humiliating. That push/pull cycle is something I've really tried to tame down. As others have said, there's no sense in regretting what's been done in the past. But instead decide what to do moving forward. Personally, I pretty much stopped buying toys entirely - I cannot remember the last toy I bought. But I didn't sell off all my toys, even though I had that strong urge. I tried getting rid of a few that didn't fit the collection, but otherwise kept the more cohesive collections intact. And a few of those sub-collections have small holes where I've left myself the ability to buy the pieces that would fill those holes should they ever crop up. In that way I've been able to maintain a tie to SB, without accumulating further junk. Also as others have said, your photographs are inspiring! I largely blame you whenever I get an urge to buy a new toy! In fact, just last week I found myself looking at BxH auctions because of your damn photos!