I am done buying string libraries too, and I don't even have most of the pricier ones that are held in the highest regard here.I haven't cracked yet.
My issue is that when I "geeked out" in 2016 and became obsessed with having EVERY musical instrument possibility covered in virtual form, I began relentlessly pursuing holiday deals, outlet sales etc., and bought an absurd number of various string libraries, some really good, some good but limited, and some not so much. I could type out a list, but this would be both long and embarrassing...
...Meanwhile I'm still just dabbling amateurishly at orchestration. Although I do work on something music-related every day, there are so many educational rabbit holes to fall into: Besides orchestration, there is general theory, jazz theory, old-fashioned piano practice. Then there is the whole home studio audio engineering side of the street: Mixing, using effects, DAW tips & tricks etc.
I've entirely stopped caring how the libraries I have might compare with any of the ones that I don't. I already have far, far more than enough to make music, and to a degree that is nothing less than ridiculous. There are still some pop/rock/jazz solo horn colors I wish to acquire, but beyond that I am DONE buying VI's period, strings or otherwise.
For the first and only time in my life, I fell into a consumeristic trap. It's like someone who decides they want to practice yoga and meditate, so they fall in love with buying incense, yoga mats & pillows, special spandex clothing, books, Tibetan chimes etc., and this becomes the primary infatuation rather than the real work of doing yoga and actually meditating. I became something like that with VIs, but I'm over it now.