Yes, this forum contributes a lot to GAS and many threads celebrate the recent acquisition. I've done that but as I've mentioned I'm on a reduction cycle and have sold a lot of things in the past year or two. At the moment I can't imagine buying another guitar. Next I'm gonna talk about things I ALMOST bought, having REALLY THOUGHT a LOT about them, but then didn't. And boy am I glad! Something to be said for impulse reduction. Boss RC-202 or RC-505 loop stations. I went to a 4-track looper on the iPad, Quantiloop. Not perfect, but really enjoying it so far. Way more flexible than the Digitech Jamman Stereo it replaced. Since I got the iPad as a gift from work last year, that helped a lot too. Zoom and/or Tascam dedicated recorders. I have a like/hate relationship with my Windows DAW and thought maybe getting a dedicated recorder would bust through that somehow. The main thing I did in that regard was to get a Behringer XR-18 which lets me plug everything in at once and leave them on dedicated channels so I halfway know what I'm doing without moving a ton of cables around. An oval-hole mandolin. I mostly play Celtic rather than bluegrass and the tone of an oval hole mando is supposedly better suited for that. I tried out an Eastman MD-504 and really thought about getting it, but I have not been playing much mandolin lately so I figured it would just sit there. An Alesis electronic drum set. As it turns out I have had an old Ion non-MIDI set laying around for a number of years. I got a DDrum DDTI Trigger Interface and it works great! I was not a drummer and I'm not very good but this thing makes it possible to lay down drum parts, even one at a time, in such a way that I just COULD NOT do with step sequencers, piano rolls, drum loops, etc. I also just realized that you can make drum triggers for way cheaper than you can buy them with stuff from the hardware store. I'm tricking that out a bit now.