Yes, I too am amp-bidextrous. I can live with 2 amplifiers at the same time. They are definely different, sonically and esthetically. Every third Thursday I change them out. Not really, but having a preset schedule seems a little more sane than just: "Hey, I think I’ll tear the whole thing apart and put it back together today because, you know, the foot tap on Blackbird sounds more engaging on Amp B."
Don’t get me started with cars. Between the 2 of us, my wife and I own 9 vehicles. 6 have manual transmissions when I want to feel some sort of synergy and connection with the vehicle. Some have the "correct" number of cylinders (8), and some have half that many but still pull pretty hard and are fun to drive. Some are loud, and some effectively hide the complexity of what’s happening inside. We’ve got the normally aspirated, the turbo’d, the supercharged and, yes, the all-electric that’s the quickest set of 4 wheels in the bunch. There’s the open cockpit, and the whisper quiet. The technology laden, Bluetooth, auto-steer, heated and cooled seats, and the one’s you pray you’ll not get caught in the rain while more than 5 miles from home. Which sey of keys we choose (or, in one case, our phones are the keys) depends on a number of factors. Yes, blizzard conditions narrrows the choices considerably.
In all cases, we are humbled, grateful, and Thankful this week. And, any week.