I am similar to @philryuh and have an Amazon list and a BGG list. I generally keep them organized especially around Christmas and my birthday (to help my wife out :P )
#The Gallerist is currently the top game I'm eyeing. I love worker placement games and this one has a solo option as well which means even if it takes awhile to get my family playing I'll be able to have it on the table
#Wingspan: Oceania Expansion is one I'll go ahead and add as it's one I'll likely purchase as soon as possible. We love #Wingspan and I am excited to see what new ideas they incorporate with this expansion. Wildfire to wipe out an opponents grasslands...no..too soon....too soon.
#DinoGenics will be my number three. If it was this or #Brass: Birmingham deluxe I'd go with Brass. If it was Brass standard edition and Dinogenics I choose Dinogenics. I love worker placement and I love dinosaurs.
#Brass: Birmingham looks like a great resources managment game that begs with be played with nice whiskey and candied bacon. I feel like a sophisticated game night with scotch and pipes would be fantastic.
#Gloomhaven: Jaws of the Lion fits here nicely. I think I can get my family to play this together and I think they would enjoy the storyline. I'm not sure they'd jump into #Gloomhaven but just playing these 20-30 scenarios with them would be great.
#Raiders of Scythia looks great to me and I love all the Garphill Games offerings.
#Marvel Champions: The Card Game - Thor Hero Pack is for now, the only hero I lack. I don't have the newest villians but I haven't played all the villians in the base game yet either.
#The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine seems like a game I could get to the table with the family fairly easily. The playthrough I watched looked good enough for a smallbox game with depth to hook me.
#Pendulum is on my list though I am willing to wait for it. In fact, this is a good place to stop as for one reason or another everything from hear on are games I'd love to attain but am not chasing the way I'd chase the one's above.