As I finally had a few minutes to clean my "area", I realized that I will never have enough time to play my instruments as the they are intended. I have forgot more than I will ever know again, and will never have time to dedicate "the time" I know is needed to become the player I envision. An almost overwhelming relief came over me when I thought of selling all of the amps and guitars. This would allow for the following: -Funding for the wife for remodeling of the kitchen & Bathroom without dipping into savings. -Giving the kids a downstairs play area for their toys and such, or a small sitting nook. - No Instrument upkeep (humidification & tubes & such). The most I will need to satisfy my meager guitar needs will be a Squire (I will opt for the Jazzmaster I suppose) and a small practice amp tucked in back of a closet with a small crate to sit on and play if and when time permits. I will keep the kids Rogue acoustic for my needs in the unplugged realm. I think this is founded in common sense and logic. Seems all to easy and good for the many.