I say... if you have the desire to try something new out, like you found yourself obsessing over it our researching endlessly...you might need to check everything in your setup. It could anything from your amp, your picks, your strings, pedals, etc! Also, sometimes i've found that when i get bad GAS it's time to get out and play with some different people, or do something that gets you excited about the "in the moment" of your setup rather than the detached feeling of when you're focusing on the grass on the other sides of things...
All of this said, i have a set of Lollar 52's and couldn't be happier about the tone. Sweet ballsy neck, and a growling bridge.
Go out and get syked about playing! if you're still missing something, than try it out if you have the money! Altogether it's so exciting to work on your guitar! Even just new strings!