Hey there everyone, I've lurked around here for years but never posted. I know versions of this question have probably been asked over the years, but I thought I'd get the most current view on this, given how much the vintage market has changed recently. Here's my situation: I've never owned a Yamaha. After swapping in and out of a bunch of different gear over the years, I've finally settled on a main system built around a Pioneer SX-1250 that has been totally redone and sounds amazing. I now want to build a new vintage system for my office and have decided to give one of these two Yamaha models a try. Right off the bat, I know I don't really need the 2020's power for what I'm using it for (the 1020 is probably overkill too), but I'm wondering if the 2020 is a better long term investment if I want to sell it at some point. I've got a guy who has both models (he's the original owner of the 1020, and only the second owner of the 2020). Both have been cleaned over the years and generally taken care of, but neither has been recapped or had any major work done. Both still work perfectly and look good other than normal wear and tear on the case. I don't know if the power switch work has been done on the 2020, but will try to find out. I can get the 1020 for $180 or the 2020 for somewhere between $400-$450. I plan to listen to a fair amount of vinyl on it (I have a job where I sit and read a lot), and the moving coil option on the 2020 has some attraction to me, but I can easily live with MM only. I guess my basic question is this: Even though I know the 1020 will be perfectly adequate for my needs, should I seriously consider the 2020 more for its investment potential? Or at these prices (which I think are fair, but by no means steals) is it basically a wash? Thanks everyone.