Quite a few reasons actually.
One of them is this … and I gotta admit, I really hate this … the treating of EVE like it’s a minigame.
Worse, a minigame where you can skip the idea of gaining experience by spending money.
(or ISK, doesn’t matter. the act is what matters.)
What that means is that, before people could inject skillpoints they’ve spent the time training their player-skills …
… while nowadays they can just inject the SP required to fly any ship they want, regardless of their player-skills.
Now, I’m not saying you don’t have any player-skills.
I’m saying that, when your first and foremost comments about playing center around injecting SP …
… then you’re probably not honing your player-skills very well …
… and put too much dependency on your SP, which translates into the ships you can fly, etc. …
… and you’re definitely not going to enjoy yourself.
I don’t even know how many SP I have on my chars.
I must have around half a year to a year of unskilled SP accumulated on Solecist …
… meaning that I didn’t skill while my sub was running, because I just didn’t give a ■■■■.
It was never really worth it remembering, because the accumulation of SP beyond what I need is ludicrous to me.
It wasn’t worth remembering that I had to log in to change a skill and it wasn’t worth doing it in the first place.
I mean … just … what rest is this you’re even talking about?
What is it that’s missing? What more do you even need?
Do you honestly believe it’ll increase your enjoyment?
What more did you need back when you started?
Didn’t you have fun when you started playing this game?