This is an endless debate.
We needf only know that there are vinyl recordings worth having that are better than or not avaable on digital. If so you will need a turntable to play them. The premise has been conceded
It's all a matter of who is trying to sell the turntable...isn't it?
For the price it, apparently, now takes to expunge the last ounce of myth from a 1902 medium...I would (rather) venture: going through a private auction with the guy in Mexico that hoarded a collection of Beatles' safety master reels the former Capitol pressing factory down there was going to throw out when they shut down in 1980 and; I'd pay 'em $5G for 1970s transfers of Rubber Soul and Pepper.
Then...I'd (still) have enough left: to splurge on a $27k pair of vintage Electro-Voice Patrician 800's and a pair of 1950s Heathkit 5M Williamson monoblocks(!).
I *guarantee* THAT would rock the house with goosebumps a heckuva lot more than any vinyl ritualism.