I like the sound of vinyl when I use it, but only in contexts where its originally meant for vinyl.
If it’s a modern record, unless the artists are saying “we wanted this to have a particular sound and mastered it to work good on vinyl” then I really don’t see the point of getting it on Vinyl. Just cuz they put a lot of bling on the vinyl doesn’t really matter much to me anymore when the album was designed for modern digital distribution first and foremost. You end up with awkward pauses in the album to flip the disk (though that’s a problem with older records at least they would know it was a factor, and some modern stuff I assume gets remastered where you at least don’t have a track fade cut off mid-way for a flip)
But ultimately if I’m going to listen to Rush or The Who or Barbara Streisand. or just anything from the record era, I enjoy listening to it on vinyl and think it captures the sound of the time better.
I have Aja on vinyl, and a FLAC rip from one of the super definition CD releases. While I definitely can appreciate the nuances on the FLAC version on good headphones, and its awesome when working to throw that on Fubar, there’s no denying the experience of putting on the original record and hearing it as it was released in the time.
So I’d go and spend a few bucks each on used Vinyl and use that method as a way to collect older music and listen to it in its original presentation. I’d do the same with cassette tapes if I gave any shits about pursuing it. But it’s almost more as historical appreciation than as quality music listening experience.