You know, 3D printing & modeling aren’t for the squeamish or half-hearted, nor should it be a race for the bottom, least expenditure. It costs money and time to get good results. Of course, those are relative terms too. My experience was balls to the wall - then wait for each of the kickstarters to catchup with reality. But, I did learn how to create simple parts with simple tools and started to learn more powerful tools but then decided to wait until I could print results before I continued creating more parts.
So perhaps an episode on setting expectations. Where will the continuous flow of models come from, other peoples works and ideas or ones own? If designing ones own models and parts, why and how? Do you enjoy troubleshooting or just printing? Can you spend the money and time to get proficient? Will you share with the community or keep results, methods, tips and tricks? This might make a difference with how well the community helps you out and responds to your needs.
This may not be the hobby for a minimalist. You should be able to spend the money and the time to get the results you are looking for.