At the current state of my game, nothing on the market will make a meaningful difference.
I had also passed the show and tell stage of my life.
When I go out on the golf course these days, I just want to have a good time instead of grinding to get lower.
Joke is, I used to stand on each tee box thinking of birdie then perhaps changed my strategy after the tee shots; now I really don't care much in that regards, a par is fine, a birdie does not excite me much, and a bogie will not take away my appreciation of being able to play golf.
So not much excitement could be generated in getting new equipment for this golfer. Bought a "new" driver several years ago 15 months after it's introduction. It's as good as any of the newer driver these days.
I still tinker with shafts and swing weights and..... but again, not as often as I used to. Looking at the stuffs in the garage, I may let them go some days.