Is the knife market saturated with too many makers, too many models, too many styles? Do you ever feel overwhelmed to make a choice among all the options? And then there are the lotteries, gotta get in on those, right? And the auctions, might as well place a bid. Then the hot new releases that sell out fast. Then the SPRINT runs, and on and on . . . As I'm learning this game, I feel the toughest thing to do is to just put your foot down and say "No". When I see something new on my Instagram feed and my first reaction is "Wow, I gotta have that knife!", I just roll with it, let my emotions run wild, take a deep breath and allow time for my brain to take over, I find saying "No" is a lot easier. Then my brain starts the vetting process, "Does it fit my collection, am I just reacting and not thinking it through, etc. I now have my interest list down to a few makes/models. Even within those makes/models I focus on unique knives that compliment and not duplicate what I already have. Just wanted to get some feedback as to how other forum members handle the sensory overload that comes with knife collecting.