One key that I've had for a long time is my Bencher RJ-1. These are great keys but once I took a Navy Flameproof for a spin down RF alley, I've never looked back. I prefer the Navy Flameproof and it's my key of choice when sending manual Morse Code. My introduction to the Flameproof prompted me to put the Bencher back in the box it had arrived in. It's been there ever since. Now hopefully it will find a good home as it's currently listed on eBay.
Again, my SSB equipment is pretty easy to part with so items like my Icom SM-20 should hopefully be easy to sell (and it already has). I have lots of stuff that I need to list on a local level (towers, amplifier, etc) due to shipping issues but hopefully I can list some equipment with some local ham clubs.
When I tore down my shack prior to leaving Alaska, I had hopes of someday putting it back together again. As time moves on, the likelihood of that happening fades with each passing month and changing future plans. I am concentrating now on a portable and QRP station. If we do eventually win the lottery, I'll be back to crank-up towers and a retirement home in a propagation rich part of the country. I'm not holding my breath.