Has anyone else reached their target?
I've been on a minimalist/simplification jag for about 6 years now. I used to have quite a few telescopes (somewhere around 10-12) and lots of eyepieces and other accessories. Over time, I found I only used a few scopes most of the time. For me, it was a bit different because I wasn't collecting classics on purpose (although some of my scopes certainly were classics!) - I just loved buying scopes and playing with them.
However, it wasn't just scopes. It was bicycles, books, guitars, computers, other electronics, etc. I've got a decently sized house (3000 sq ft) and it was packed to the rafters with stuff. So, I started to "declutter". It is very true... eventually the stuff you own winds up owning you.
So I made a decision 6 years ago that I'm still happy with today: just like the Sith in Star Wars, for my telescopes there will only be two. A master and an apprentice (in other words, a "big" scope and a "grab and go" scope). So I have an 8" SCT as my main scope and a small 70mm refractor as my travel scope. Other scopes have been given away to friends and family for their enjoyment.
Same with eyepieces - I think I had well over 100 eyepieces at one time (which I realize still isn't considered a lot in the CN community!) but I now only have six in my eyepiece case. I do have a couple more in a closet (some Meade MA's that I just can't bring myself to part with) but all the rest of my eyepieces have been given away to bless someone else's eyeballs.
After all the dust settled, and I wound up with just a couple of scopes, one mountain bike, one guitar, one laptop computer, one Kobo to read all my books on... my part of the house is much more open. And my wife is seeing the benefits and is now letting some of her stuff go too.
Feng shui of one's life perhaps?