I love the look and feel of vintage drums but my main two kits are more modern. A 98 Yamaha Beech Custom and a 2005 Gretsch renown. The vintage kits obviously command a price. However I was thinking of buying an orphan kit. Example on eBay currently (as an example). A rogers holiday tom (12") a 70's Ludwig Floor and a bass drum. I would aim for the vintage USA such as Ludwig/Slinger/Rogers as those are the makes I would like to own. Maybe an English Premier in there if struggling to find suitable drums. I only want a 3 piece as that is what I play usually + snare.I have enough cymbals and snares already. Looking online I reckon I can get the three drums in random configuration less than the price of say a specific kit from the manufacturers I mention above. This has been driven by a recent gig where I saw the drummer had done just that. Had a 4 piece kit of different makes/colours etc but all vintage. It looked and sounded very cool. Wondered what opinion was of this idea. Obviously they would be different woods etc but its more a hobby thing than using it as my gigging kit.