Pretty much, yes.
Before we finished our basement five years ago I had almost 50 machines but had to take a hard look at what was going to stay. Going from 50 to about half that is hard (yeah, I know, poor me) because I rarely bought games I didn’t like or want.
Like many, I’m confined by space now. I have five EMs up (1959 to 1974) in my game area with two in my work room I could swap in if any are sold or to mix it up. A couple of Rockola games in the living room, an EM in my office, and a Bally Hoo and Baffle Ball I don’t have room to display.
The 15 in my SS pinball room (1978 - 2017) are all family favorites. I have power and space for one more but it would look awkward. There are only three I’d consider letting go so that limits options. I don’t see getting any other classic games because there aren’t any we like more than what we have (though a couple tempt me).
If there is a JJP Toy Story, that’s almost a certain buy, so that’s one swap. Munsters (if code improves), Elvira 3 and a JJP BTTF game (if there ever is one) are probably the only other games we’d consider unless some awesome unlicensed theme comes along.
And then when I absolutely have my ideal collection I will have to start downsizing as I get older unless my daughter wants to take over the house when it’s game over for me.