As we now know of more issues here are the ones I have begun getting or will get:
a) Waving Flags commemoratives, coils and 20 stamp pane. I usually do not find Flag stamps worth collecting but this rendition is one of the best I have seen in a long time. Plus as it is a commemorative both will likely run for max 2 years (of course there are exceptions). Although the run is high - 200 million - I think these will be bought out quickly.
b) I like the new Chinese Zodiac series stamps started in 2019 so I am going to get the Year of the Tiger.
c) I like the designs' classical motifs and simplicity of Title IX. Will get those.
d) I like the George Morrison and will get that.
e) The USPS issued a nice commemorative in intaglio in 2021, if they do so in 2022 I will get a pane.
f) 4 cent Blueberries definitives 20 stamp pane from USPS and from eBay
will get a few coil strips with plate numbers showing one one stamp per strip.
g) The Priority Mail and Priority Mail Express stamps this year are gorgeous and I will splurge to purchase 4 of each.
h) New international first class stamps will be issued so I may just get one from the post office. I have enough of the older issues for use for family and postcrossing outside the US.
I will save for 2023 getting the $2 and $5 stamp issues planned as I do not see the designs yet. If USPS issues as they now have for 2021 and 2018 Duck Stamps a Duck Stamp Artist Commemorative Card toward the end of the year for different years, I will get that. The present ones run $70 and, to me, a great buy (and I do not actively collect duck stamps but I like them) and worthy collectible. So this would increase my spending to about $270. I need to save room for a few World stamp and UNPA issues but not much. Really don't want to spend more than $500 on stamps this year and preferably a little less.
But 2022 has some nice stuff --- also see the Non-profit flower stamps look rather cool.