I think it depends on what type of off road adventure you see yourself doing or wanting to do and what you will do with the vehicle the other 80% of the time.
Jacket's 80 and Kipper's 80 are drool machine's for me, I think they look super cool and really give them a lot of options for varied adventures.
They both have kids to haul about, as well.
The 100 is super plush and works for the kind of wheeling I have gravitated to which is more mild these days. If only we could get the 100 in a solid front axel.
It might also boil down to what you see yourself in and what inspires you. I always think that has a lot to do with my choices.
Hope this is helpful, good luck with the hunt, don't forget it could be worth the trip out of state for the right vehicle. You can't go wrong with going West for a vehicle that has been well maintained, it is like a time warp out there.