I’m in a similar but different position. I love the power, workflow, and flexibility of my A4, but it tends to be more suited as a sort of utility synth, sequencer, and FX.
I was down on modular recently after realizing I’d spent five times as much on eurorack in the past couple of years as I spent on my A4, and all I ended up with a broken monosynth with Clouds (which I consider useless) and a borderline useless sequencer. Eurorack FX are a mixed bag, and so are the sequencers (and they both take up tons of space). So I started thinking about Elektron again.
My current idea is to sequence the modular via A4 (I did it initially before wanting everything in the case) and grab a used Octatrack to sample the modular. Good enough FX, lots of power under the hood. I have Analog Heat also. Might set up a pedal rig on the cue outs of Octatrack.