After unintentionally (yes, unintentionally) acquiring a current total of 11 Teles, I feel I should (and space considerations require me to) pare down the number, to no more than 10 . . . but I cant decide which one(s) to sell . . . as I love them all . . . . so I am seeking your recommendations. Though you may have seen the pic before, here are (most of) my Teles: The black nashville in the pic is gone, and two other teles (52 Hot Rod and Tele Jr.) are not pictured. The current 11 are: AV52 RI American Fat Tele (with ebony fretboard) California Series Fat Tele partscaster (with CS broadcaster pup in bridge) Am Deluxe Ash Tele BSB Custom Shop Jan '05 NAMM '52 Telecaster Vintage 52 Hot Rod Nashville Tele American Series Ash 8402 American Series Ash 8502 CV 50s Tele Tele Jr. The most likely suspects are the Nashville (but this is my first Tele) and the 8402 (but this one is so light and beautiful and has such great tone). So hard to pick them. Maybe the American Deluxe Ash . . . but it has features the others do not . . . the AV52 and 52 HR are somewhat similar (so maybe one of them could go), but then again they aren't really the same. The CV is the least expensive of the lot, but that is just a reason to keep it (plus it plays so nice). I put the California Series Fat Tele together myself, and will not part with it. The American Fat Tele has that ebony fretboard, and is a dream to play, and is my only Tele with a non-maple fretboard (other than the Tele Jr.). The CS Teles are not going on the market, nor is the 8502. So that's my quandary . . . I've run out of space and I really don't need them all . . . heck, with my limited playing abilities I barely need 2 (some might say even 1 . . . .). Any suggestions as to which of the bunch you would part with?