Get one of each!
I love the sound of the single coil Dearmonds, and the silver sparkle being more rare is likely to keep a better value over time. I like the sound of the G-Buckers too; once you dial them in you can get a good tone. I tried the 22 in the local shop, and it's nice too. Either way you wont be disappointed.
If the 22 has the later pickups with 3 height adjusters (one hidden under the guard) on the top of the mount ring, they come with uprated pickups which are much improved over the earlier versions.
The 26 with the fixed bridge means you can run lighter strings without risk of the bridge slipping (if you're a bender!) whereas the 22 would probably benefit from heavier strings (49-11) and maybe some violin rosin under the bridge.
My 26 is a tad louder unplugged than the 20 (even with the compton aboard) probably due to the slightly larger f-holes, but they're both much louder than my Tele.
If it ain't broke......don't break it!