I used to do that. But, I don’t bend like I used to.Formulate a plan for a tool collection. This is only if you have the desire to do so. First, get a box to store them in and lock them in. Whatever the best deal is, used or new. Start with basic sets and don't feel like you need to get Snap-On or Mac or Matco or....right off the bat. remember, you are not making your living with them. Harbor Freight is a great source and they run sales all the time and CL tools are great too. When I was building my latest set, I found a widow that was selling her deceased husbands tools and I could tell in the pics that some of them were great quality. I went and bought all she had, knowing I did not want some of them or need some of them but she wanted it all gone. I did her a solid on the price and sold some of what I bought and some of the tools are lesser quality duplicates of the better quality that I use all the time. Be ready to strike when the right set or tool pops up. Make sure to not over buy based on your abilities.