I literally have hundreds of pens. Yes, in the hundreds. The very low hundreds, but hundreds, nonetheless. No, wasn't hard to do (just ask my empty bank account). A large portion, though, were very inexpensive pens acquired while trying to figure out early on just what types of pens I liked and fit my hand and I wanted to write with.
The most I ever spent on pens was a mid four-figure number for a pair of custom Danitrio urushi and Maki-e pens (back in 2007 - it would cost a whole lot more now). Hopefully, they will go to my niece one day.
I do keep a few new and unused, low cost starter pens on hand (Metropolitans, Plaisirs, etc) to give to persons who have shown an interest in fountain pens, or "just because."
I have no intent to cull the herd down, at least not by much and not by any of my finer pens. I am "connected" in some way to most of the pens I own, and there are many which have particular meaning or sentiment behind them. When I die (hopefully not for a good 40 or 50 more years), my heirs can figure it out from there.
I have nearly as many inks.
Yes, I am a hoarder of all things "writing," and many things "crafting."
Because of where I am right now in life, there is not a plan to purchase any more pens. There are a few I would like to get, but need is now the leader, not want. So, because my prior choices are now affecting my current situation, my only choice now is what pen I currently have to use and enjoy today. The "rotation" just got serious.