This is one of the most surreal threads I've seen on here for a long time.
Isn't it inevitable that jumping up and down on a moving belt for the same time in the same place will get boring eventually?
Running is great because it allows us to see more of the world than we otherwise would. If you're bored of staring at those little numbers and dials get out on to the streets, the trails, the towpaths and the woods. Drive up to the lakes or over to the coast or into the Pennines.
Do some park runs, race a 10k, train for a marathon, do a trail race, push yourself, set some goals, go somewhere you've never been. Let running enrich your life, not restrict you to a rubber belt in a sweaty room.
I've been doing mixed terrain runs for 10 years now and having gone through a range of Salomon "door to trail" shoes, Inov8s and others I have now settled on Asics Trail Attack as being by far the best hybrid option, especially for runs of 25km +. Saucony Peregrines also good especially for shorter runs.