Generally in life, more and bigger is worse.
Let me explain.
Bigger is worse.
Bigger house = more stuff to clean and maintain.
Bigger car = more money wasted on gas, more difficult to park, turn, and often more expensive to maintain.
Bigger camera = usually heavier, more difficult to take with you everywhere you go, thus fewer photos shot, and the less creatively prolific you are. Thus, less happy as a photographer.
Bigger phone = more difficult to use airj one hand. Thumb pain from using, as it is generally heavier. Bigger phones not better (smaller iPhone is the best phone).
Bigger bag = more pain with moving, travel, stress with check in, and worries.
More is worse
More responsibilities = more stress.
More stuff, more problems.
More megapixels, the longer it takes to upload, and more difficult to store files.
More cameras, the more decision paralysis you get. Simpler is better — the zen of one camera, one lens.
When is more better?
More money in the bank (bigger buffer for savings and life expenses) is generally better.
More energy, the better. The more energy you got to create artwork and do what you like.
The more coffee and meat, the better.
More buffer time, the better.
The more art I create, the better.
The more free time you have for yourself, the better.
Decide for yourself
Perhaps the secret to life is this:
Determine in which contexts in which more is more, and when more is less.
Also, figure out when bigger is better, and when bigger is worse.