This question has bugged me for over a year. I had asked other questions during my days learning to fly and pass check rides, and I was lucky enough to get input from many of you. That's why I decided to reach out again. In order to receive more relevant advice and recommendation from this group. Let me spill my guts and share some basic information re my current situation in my aviation journey. Well, am 55, retired, got CPL IFR ASEL, and 350+-Hrs of flight time in the past three years. Can commit three to four hours per day to fly. Financially stable and could afford a pre-owned Cirrus, like a G2 SR 20 or even 22 with a little stretch. Don't need a job in aviation (so CFI is not my goal). What bothers me is I failed to come up with a mission to continue my aviation journey. I don't have too many out-of-state relatives or friends, as all family members from both sides are living in the same state, and I went to school in the same state. I cannot find any sound reason to fly for two to three hours ... If I got bored with my Simulator (MSFS 2020 and X-plane 11/12), I can easily book planes at a local flight school, and even flying weekly will cost about the same as the monthly hanger fee. On top of that, I don't have to worry about maintenance stuff. Also, my wife doesn't like GA planes after first flying, that takes away the possibility of a family vacation to some places. So all in all, I don't seem to find a sound reason to buy a plane. So, I felt that my aviation journey kinda get stuck... Any input will be highly appreciated!