I have no idea how many I have done; record keeping has changed a lot over time and I have also starting brewing the same recipes over the past few years to try to perfect them.
I started about 10 years ago with kits.
First was a Coopers Lager with Brewing Sugar. It was actually OK as I got lucky with ambient temps.
Second was a Canadian Blonde with BE1. This wasn’t as good as my first.
Then I started using malt and adding some specialty grain and hops.
Then onto full extract brews.
Then partial mash beers. Mostly using a hopped kit with the rest made up with grain.
Then a few stovetop AG brews.
Then progressed to 3V system with a big esky, false bottom, 50 litre kettle and Italian Spiral burner.
Then I switched to the Grainfather and that is where I am now.
The main thing is just to brew what you like and how you like. If you like kit and kilos then do it. If you want to do AG then do it. If you want to make the same beer over and over then do it. Just have fun and enjoy the fruits of your labour.
It sounds a bit wanky but that is what this hobby is about.