I enjoy trying new instruments, but, although I've known and listened to saxophonists since the 70s, I've never tried one. I think the reason is (apart from a minor aversion to the clarinet, which is only vaguely relevant) it's impossible for me to choose between tenor, alto and sop; and to do all three you need time and plenty of money and to devote yourself to the instrument. I have a friend who bought his gf a bari for her birthday (when he worked for a bank, lol).
The sop has always been my least favourite, although I love Lol Coxhill, so maybe it was always down to alto or tenor.
But the other day I heard a very cool (replacing a censored word!) tenor solo and thought, yes, maybe tenor was always the one I'd most have enjoyed playing.
But it's too late to worry about it now.
There are 1,000 instruments to choose from, and you have to stick with one, don't you. I'm not multi-talented, I have to slog.
Anyway, some of the meds I'm on make me a little breathless, so perhaps I should steer clear of woodwind!