I own 3 strats.
One has to go.
1. A Gilmour CS relic, that was one of the 25 sent to DG and Phil Taylor for pre-production approval. It is sensational. The neck is to die for, and it's a really superb guitar, and has oooooodles of power.
2. An MIJ FujiGen 62 RI. Now, bear with me. I paid £200 for this. it's a monster strat. Very very stratty in the most traditional sense, lovely neck and action and is arguably the best of the 3 to play (yes a £200 MIJ v two £3000 CS monsters)*.
3. A Mary Kay Cunetto- R2248, so one of the earilist relics. Now, whilst this is a lovely guitar, it's heavy, the neck is thick, and whilst it looks stunning and is an absolute show stopper in terms of people asking about it, it's the least nice of the 3. It was built by Jay Black.
If I am brutal, the Cunetto goes. But I have had it 18 years. The Gilmour strat is reasonably common, but the provenance of mine is truly remarkable, and it's a great player.
* if I sell the MIJ, I will also have to sell a suhr moderne which is also amazing, is a swiss army knife guitar, and has a top to die for...see pic below: