I pondered this as I did my daily browsing of eBay/Craigslist/Reverb/What have you.... My modest collection consists of: 78 Fender Mustang - A gift from my parents in '84 (I think) and while it's fun to bang around on and I'll probably never sell it I don't really want another one. Ibanez Artcore AS73 - Nice guitar that fills my "need" for a semi hollow. I really like it but again wouldn't get another one. Epiphone LP Standard - My baby. First guitar I ever bought new and gives me that desired crunch when needed. Love this guitar but honestly don't see the point in buying another one except to have different colors. Maybe one with P90's I could justify but that would be it. Then the Tele's: Classic Vibe BSB - Love it. Plays nice, gets great tones and looks much more expensive than it is. Knew I was going to buy it the second the guy took it out of the case. Affinity Tele - Got it for hardly nothing in the Classified section then put maybe $60 into the thing to make it an Esquire. Loads of fun, sounds good and plays good. The point of all this? I keep looking at more Tele's!! They're the only ones I have that I keep wanting more of. Why? Versatility? Price? There's Esquire's, Tele's with humbucker's, Tele's with P90's, Tele's with single coils and HB's, Vintage Modified, Modern Player, etc., prices that range from $100 to maybe $500 and everything in between. There's seemingly so many different styles and I want them all and it's not like Les Paul's where it seems you're just buying different colors of the same guitar (and that's not a dig at LP's either). I never thought it made much sense to have more than one of the same guitar but this Tele thing seems to be a weird addiction.