Yeah, I get it. Really, really nice. And I appreciate it isn't easy to arrive at this. I also get wanting to try most things out there, but I can't get keeping more than one of each thing. Sure two TS-9s, from '81 and '82 sound different, but...there is a limit that would nag at me unless there is no limit. I'd still only have one of each thing in the end though. Do I miss my '72 Super Fuzz that I brought back to life on the cheap? Hell yes I do. But the sacrifice let me try a lot of things I wouldn't have otherwise and I learned something not as pretty sounds 98% the same. 2% not as good let me try a lot of new stuff. I would have kept it if I could have though. The tiny bit extra bass blast and the satisfying pedal pad were great. Still, would I collect three vintage Super Fuzzes? Nope, just that one thanks. It is enjoying a nicer life for sure. I do get that it takes a long time to decide between flavour A and B of the same pedal though. Like, is the Wattson for me, or back to the BYOC? Time will tell. Still, fun thread, fun journey.