Hey guys. The club I'm a part of is currently having discussions about potentially expanding the number of members, primarily based on the significant amount of interest in the club over the past two years. We are currently at capacity with 90 members (averaging ~30 members flying in any given month) across six planes, but we have ~25 people on the waiting list so we've been discussing possible next steps. I am hoping to get the collective wisdom of the community here. A few options that have been discussed are: 1. Do nothing. We are in a good financial position and one of the only reasons we're considering adding members is due to the rapidly growing waiting list. 2. Expand our membership by 5-10 members and consider replacing one plane that is underutilized, primarily due to a relatively recent increase in minimum hours required for insurance, with something more accessible to more members. The idea being that a more accessible plane would offset the scheduling pressure of adding new members. 3. Option 2, plus consider adding another plane to the fleet at some point in the near future. Hangar space is limited but it is feasible to fit another plane in there, but it would be slightly less convenient due to the need to shuffle them around more. There are probably more options to consider, each with unique pros/cons, so any additional perspective you all can provide is appreciated. We really seem to be having a bit of a hard time trying to determine whether there is really any justification in expanding or if it's better to just keep a well oiled machine running. Will it provide a tangible benefit to the existing members? I consider a flying club to be an asset to general aviation but when do the costs (not just monetary) start to outweigh the benefits in terms of growth? Thanks!