I have recently moved to a much smaller place and need to downsize my amp collection. I am interested in the psychology of how people make decisions, so I thought I would throw this out there to get insight into what drives these kind of choices. I need to choose 2 from the following: 1963 Fender Brownface Vibrolux combo. A brown Vibrolux was reportedly used to record Sultans of Swing. Pros: Excels at cleans; great pedal platform. Cons: Not the greatest OD I have played; players have commented that it can feel "stiff." Filmosound "Bernie" conversion head. Pros: A dirty little monster, begs to be turned up to the edge of feedback and use pick attack and guitar volume; loves most of my pedals; tiny and portable. Cons: Good, not great, cleans; needs a separate speaker cabinet. 1968 Marshall 1987 50 watt head. The real deal. Pros: Surprisingly good cleans; the sound of rock turned up; loves fuzz. Cons: Not very practical volume; needs a 2-12" cab at minimum. Stark X-Ray combo. A tweaked tweed Deluxe. Tighter bass, more focused. Pros: The most versatile of all - gorgeous cleans, mid-gain, and full distortion; lots of bounce and feel, like you are playing the amp as much as your guitar. Cons: Can't think of any. Please share which 2 of the above you would keep and why. Go deep.