Do I use by or with with fascinated?
Fascinated by a chance to go there
Fascinated with a chance to go there
Collins (at TFD) says...
A person can be fascinated by or with another person or thing. It is correct to speak of someone's fascination with a person or thing; one can also say a person or thing has a fascination for someone
...which doesn't actually help to distinguish which preposition to use. Although Collins says either can be used, a change in preposition usually changes the meaning.
How do I decide which of by or with to use with fascinated?