Time to start saving, reading up, and lifting weights . I first saw 4 x 5" view cameras in action way back in the film days, and as a 35mm DIY B&W darkroom hobbyist, I was in awe. The down side to LF is having printing facilities. The enlargers cost more than the cameras.
I think the opposite unless there has been some surge in the price. I bought a floor staring Durst colour 5x7 with tons of extras and lots of schneider lens for £165., it's in beautiful condition. I've had it about 4 years but never used it. My winter project is getting the darkroom up and running.
I have seen highish prices being asked on ebay for something like a De Vere bench top 5x4, but I've never seen anyone sell one at those prices.
A decent LF enlarger is an absolute must, or the effort of shooting LF is a waste of time.
And compare the price of a wet print with that of a quality inkjet, add in the price of an Epson and life expectancy and B&W wet printing is dirt cheap.
A decent enlarger will out live us all, you can't say that about an inkjet printer, besides wet printing is hands on fun.