I have to get rid of one, I just can't justify or afford all 4
Gotta keep the Loomis, it's my only 7.
Definitely keeping the LTD V I just bought, it's so fucking badass, and the kind of guitar I've been after for a while.
The 2 that are up for the chop are the Schecter V-1 Classic and the PRS Torero.
The Torero is easily the "better" guitar of the two, but it's really similar to the LTD, besides the radically different shape (one being a V, the other being... well... a PRS). They have a nearly identical spec, feel, and sound, and even have extremely similar necks.
The Schecter I could take or leave. It's an odd one. It's got a really classic vibe to it (hence the name, I guess?) and is my only guitar without a Floyd, and the only one with passives. It's almost worth keeping for that reason - I think it's nice sometimes to have an oddity in your collection; something to reach for when things are getting a little stale.
What would you do? Keep the one that's in line with your other guitars, or the one that's a bit different and stands out?
... or.. sell both and get something else!?
Take up a brief career as a stripper and keep all four.
Or, ask yourself which one of the ones on the chopping block you enjoy playing the least. It doesn't have to be by much - just enough to make you pick up another one over it on occasion.