I thought I was out of it for the most part until recently. I was rarely on pinside, and had no desire to buy more pins. The two I have were plenty, and I went back over to the video side (after foolishly selling a few vids that I really liked when I decided to go all pinball a few years ago). Going to PAGG again this year kinda reset that a little pit for me. I had fun playing the games, and enjoyed hanging out with the pinball peeps. When I went down there, I still had zero intention of ever buying a pin again. Then I saw AFMrLE, and that changed. Not sure if I will buy any after that one comes in, but I would like an MMr, so I won't count it out.
I don't know if I will buy anything outside of the remakes, and I think I realized why that is. I just can't get a good feel for the games. AFMr was the exception at the show, and I could hear it well (plus I know what it sounds like). My main issue with games at shows and on route is that I can rarely hear them. I have no desire to play a game I can't hear. I certainly won't buy one based on playing without sound.
I think there is also a possible end to it after you have found all the things you are no longer interested in. I have never been into EMs. I used to like SS stuff, and will play them some at shows, but I won't own another one. 90s DMD games are out for me for the most part now as well. I would rather have new. By the time I spend the money on lights and speakers to make the 20 year old games look like they belong in a current gameroom, I may as well buy a new one. I think that is why I am so interested in the remakes.
I have room in the gameroom for one more pin after AFMr. The leading choices are MMr or BoP (wife wants one). After that, I just don't know. I don't see myself selling them all off though, so maybe I am not really out of it, but it definitely is not the draw it was a few years ago.