I think my "toys" are under control. I sold three little tractors this year, and bought one new little tractor and one big farm tractor (ok, I have bought lots of big tractor implements.) I have resisted tons of good deals on garden tractors I don't need. I have even sold more guns than I have bought lately.
Funny story about wives and too many big boy toys. A few years ago I was buying new old guns pretty frequently, every few weeks one would follow me home. One day, I was in the garage admiring my latest, a pretty 1903 Springfield sporter when my wife walked in. "I don't recognize that one, is it new?" I never ask my wife permission, but I don't hide anything either. "I just bought it today." Something clicked with her, maybe a quick mental calculation of how much of our money I had spent. Within a week, she bought a horse! So the horse is like a garden tractor with no implements. Following the horse, we got a trailer, a few miles of fence, a new water system in the house, a barn, enough saddles to outfit Custer's Cavalry, more horses, chickens, ducks, cattle, a big tractor, a building to store the tractor and saddles. Basically that first horse changed our entire family's lifestyle from tv watching sedentary to active and prepared.