The problem with unlimited wealth could be that you might lose appreciation for things that are expensive because they are precious.
Drinking a high end gyokuro or matcha would probably not be the same special experience when it is your "everyday" tea.
However, I probably wouldn't change my tea habits too much. It would be nice to be able to take more risks without having to worry about financial consequences. So I would probably experiment more and taste more teas that I haven't had yet, regardless of their price range.
However, one has to take care not to be wasteful.
The same would probably go for tea ware by the way. It'd be great to be able to buy everything that catches the eye. However it would probably be hard to actually keep appreciating every single piece of tea ware you own when you could just as well own everything that's out there.
wealth may turn out to be a bit of a problem but I certainly wouldn't mind being able to spend more money more liberally on tea and tea related things
Speaking of expensive... I'm drinking Keiko's Tenbu Fuka right now, an organic fukamushi kabusecha from Kagoshima. It is very good but somewhat overpriced at about 25 Euros per 50 grams. I gave it a try because I had run out of sencha while I was waiting for shincha.
And wow, that's a very special gift, Nenugal.