It is something I hope to address next year. We have c1800-2000 records in the garage, and I would rather look after them than pay the inflated prices (new or s/h) that are being asked now. I know that lps are relatively cheaper now than in the 1970s when I began buying them, but I find very little contemporary music does it for me, and I am reluctant to take a punt on older material just because it’s "remastered " * and on 180gm vinyl.
I buy CDs now mostly, and find it ironic that the vinyl resurgence has resulted in prices soaring in that format whilst CDs are now relatively lower priced which is the opposite of what happened in the 1980s.
*eg Steven Wilson’s mangling, to my ears, of Caravan’s “In the land of grey and pink”