Those of us who have or have had big collections of guitars each may have their respective reasons for owning those. I truly viewed my so called collection as part of an adventure exploring many different body shapes, styles and pickup configurations. It was FUN. I started filling up closets and stands with guitars and had difficulty remembering what I actually had never mind the last time I Played a particular piece. Now I am down to 7 ( I need to sell one) electric guitars and would be delighted to get down to 3 - 5 but it would be very difficult to dig much deeper at this point. I am no longer overwhelmed by choices and really enjoy the few that remain. Despite my poor hearing I also still enjoy the sonic variation of different humbucking pickups in my semi hollow guitars. I did miss having a full hollow and also missed having a Gretsch in the fold. So I got a G2420T and just recently a slimmer G2410tg. If the 2410tg had been available I would not have purchased the 2420. Although many folks may not consider a Streamliner a real Gretsch, I think it nails the essence of what Gretsch does with a twist. I like the buckers in these but may someday have a set of Filtertrons installed but there is no hurry. I learned to never say never so "done buying" is good intentions but at least I am now grounded in the concept of one in one out.