Do you distro-hop on Linux often? Ventoy might be the tool you're looking for and it's quite possibly my new best friend.
What is it? Ventoy is a free and open source application that you can stick on a USB drive, which allows you to create a reusable system for booting ISO/WIM/IMG/EFI files. Instead of wiping your USB drives over and over with new distributions, Ventoy lets you just dump the files onto the drive, reboot and get an easy list of distributions to boot.
It's a tool that I'm definitely going to be getting plenty of use from. Could end up saving quite a bit of time, all you need to do to test something out directly once setup is just dump the file onto a drive and reboot. During my own testing, it works exactly as described.
However, it doesn't work with everything. It does have a pretty huge set of compatible files but some don't show up or have other issues. It's an evolving project under constantly development and improvements, so over time more and more will be supported it with it, even so it's a wonderful bit of software that's worth highlighting. So next time you're feeling a little of this, perhaps give Ventoy a try.