Those are all great choices. To scratch the Marshall itch, how's about 20 watt Marshall Sliver Jubilee combo reissue.I am too late in life to go jumping up and down on stage, maybe just plat in someone's basement. So no need for a 100 watt Marshall. Mind you a 6V6 20W one might be in the cards, a 2203/4 might be interesting in a 12" combo. Not quite there as compared to a sealed back 4x12 but if need be a cab of the sort can be arranged. An open back 4x10, there is a maybe there also. Switch out the first stage of the Marshall lookalike and be in a Bassman territory.
But then home just for fun amps, maybe a Princeton reverb or a BF/Tweed Champ could scratch that itch. Just because, maybe make a pre-war Gibson or the like with Paraphase inverter Class A amp with field coil speaker. I have a few 6F6G's, just to get that vintage vibe. A snotty line powered practice amp (with isolating power transformer) might be going down a road too far. Or is it? Running at 180V with lower voltage tubes and a SE output transformer to get a raw type of sound. Maybe a 6AU6 and 50L6?
What else? Not sure.
There is no better home amp than a Peavey Bravo.
Fender tone - Check
Marshall tone- Check
Extreme gain - Check
Takes pedals well - Check
Doesn't break the bank - Check
Loud enough to play with a drummer - Check
Here's my two mellowing-old-man amps. Picked them up just in the last year and a half. Supro 1606 Super reissue and a '90s Mesa Boogie Subway Rocket. Probably could have spent the money on something more important or saved it for retirement but I am so happy with them.