Speakers you regret selling

I was lucky to own Sonus Faber Extrema, Acoustic Energy AE1 Signature, and Dynaudio Confidence 5 in the past. They are rare in used market and can make any owner happy for the rest of his/her life. So I swore to myself I would never sell my Sonus Faber Amati this time though my wife has heard that a million times. What did you regret selling?
I regret selling my Montana SP2 Sigs to my buddy. BUT......I have remedied that situation. I found another pair on the AA classifieds last week and they will be arriving by freight carrier to me today. I was extremely lucky to get the jump on the others who showed great interest in getting them. SP2s rarely come up for sale on the used market, and there is a reason for that.

I had only slight remorse about selling the maggies, didn't last long. I have had the VR2s since March, but they ship out today. A very nice speaker which does a lot of things right, but can't match the magic of the Montanas.

My old AR-12's. I actually gave them away rather than move them with me. Great old speakers that taught me to appreciate accurate bass, rather than "thump".
walnut ads L-810-II's with stands- sold them to a friend at work for $300. he painted them black the next day- got quite a bit of paint on the metal grills too. i had a quiet fit by myself when i got home. incredible speakers (separation of instruments) as long as you didn't push them too hard.
later i picked up a pair of ads L-1590's in rosewood- sold those to get b&w 801's. sure the b&w's were great speakers, but @#$%^&*!!! just the same...