jim, ... EOY StarOptions are allocated 1/2 each year for Elite purposes.
So, right now each year you have 81K + 81K + 74.05K StarOptions that count toward Elite Status - 236.05 StarOptions. You need 359K StarOptions that count every year - or, in round numbers, 123K more StarOptions.
You are at the point where you have to decide whether 4 Star Elite is where you will stop or whether, as DeniseM has posted, you might want to go all the way to 5 Star Elite for the greater benefits.
That is a big decision which depends on the same considerations you need to take into account to get to 4 Star Elite: how many StarOptions you can use each year, how much money you are willing to spend on the acquisition and for annual maintenance and how much you can spend getting to resorts (like WPORV) and using all those weeks. Again, it's important not to buy more weeks than you can efficiently and comfortably use.
I think the cheapest way you can get to 4 Star Elite is by buying a voluntary EY 67,100 Staroption week, then upgrading your EOY at WPORV from an EOY to an EY (not familiar with WPORV pricing; buying a 148,100K EOY at Lagunamar could be cheaper) and, as part of the transaction, retroing the voluntary week you will have purchased. That would leave you with 81K + 81K + 148.1K + 67.1K StarOptions - or 377,200 StarOptions that count toward Elite status each year. You only need 359,000 StarOptions.
That would get you to 4 Star Elite. Getting from where you are to 5 Star Elite would be far more complicated and far more expensive.
But, really, consider doing nothing and enjoying what you already own. Getting to a higher Elite status is expensive and involves a large annual commitment of money and time to maintain and use all the timeshare weeks. ... eom