I spent many months getting copies of all these albums and others to try to decide which were the ever-elusive "best" albums.
Mystic seemed too lacking in elegance with its ring binder system and small page size.
Some of the German albums, Lighthouse and Linder in particular, were beautiful but the cost of pages and binders was so high I couldn't possibly convince myself to use them. I'd go bankrupt on albums before I could afford stamps!
I've always liked White Ace albums for their colorfulness and good stamp descriptions, but disliked them for their small page size and their very limited number of countries. And now they've gone out of business. I do have a White Ace UN album and an Israel album.
I liked the look of Scott pages and liked their binders, their prices were much better than other album sellers, plus I could get them easily. I chose Scott. I use a Scott National album I've had for over 50 years. And now I have many other Scott albums plus a Scott International album set. It was a good choice overall.
As for selling unwanted albums, yes there might be interest here. Why not find out? I'd sell the rest on eBay
. Just keep the shipping cost down as that seems to be the major turn-off for many bidders.