I have accumulated something like a dozen or so tripods, table tops/monopods in my lifetime, all of them used, [ second hand ], apart from the Benbo which I bought from new in the 1970's.
I admit it is heavy, but very, very reliable. Now a days they rarely get used with the advent of in camera / lens stabilisers, a tripod isn't needed much these days, but still very handy.
I have an elderly (but still reliable( full-size job, an ancient tabletop model, and a gorillapod. I also have a monopod and a sort of beanbag with a tripod screw on top , but I assume they don't count (unless you follow the apocryphal schoolboy, and define a monopod as 'a one-legged tripod').
One full size, one mini tabletop one, and one belonging to my late father which I'll probably sell.
I have a tripod but rarely use it, it does nothing for spontaneity. I use ISO instead.