I was wondering if any others are going through the same thing I am... I've been a technology director for over 20 years. Before that I had my own Apple-centric consulting company. I bought my first Mac in the 80's, and fell in love. Since that time I have been mostly all Apple, purchasing perhaps 30 machines and various other products, When something new came out, I bought it. I learned everything there was to know about their capabilities, then put those capabilities into a very successful career. I recently resigned my current position as of June 30th. Six figures to no figures. (Although I do have a pension and can collect SS in a year and a half) I am growing weary. Nothing excites me any more. Not the new Macbooks, the Pro, the watch, or whatever. Same on the PC side. I still read a bit about the new technology on the "other side" and simply go "meh". I tried getting more into PCs and built a really nice i7 decked out, and Windows 10 is pretty darned good, but again, "meh". Is it burnout? Is it fear of growing old? To old to learn the new technology? Laziness? I have not figured it out yet, but I do know I am drawn to other things that I have loved over my life. Cooking is one. Painting is another. My guitar skills are rusting away. Not sure what it will be, but it's very likely it won't be in technology. Anyone else seeing the twilight zone approaching?