With two in the family playing the saxophone, it stands to reason that you need to be able to have access to a number of instruments above the household average. Then the times have to be covered when one has to be taken in for a service or you have run out of reeds for that particular model. And I can see from your listing that you are not the ordinary hack. On the contrary, you have good judgement, and you recognise a bargain. Clearly, nothing to worry about.And reacently I bouhgt a Klingsor tenor. Just before Eastern, I send my son to inspect and testplay a Cuesnon Monopole baritone in Stockholm. A bargain. And there is a overhauled ready-to-play New KIng alto from the 50's .... . I'm stuck again.