Haha man, thanks for thinking of me. Your kind words brightened my day. Do we possibly know each other from another forum?
The uzbek and the blue tara and mother's milk would be my picks. The blue tara has gotten a lot of recent attention here and elsewhere.
I'm moving in a few months, so I can't commit to anything. I wish I could - I'd run that uzbek for the novelty and preservation, if it behaved. I know some Uzbekis from volunteering in English as a second language programs. Very kind, generous folks, great food!!!, interesting culture. I bet strains from that part of the world have some unique qualities.
You alluded to my only hesitation: stability. Chuckers, when making beans to share, take a step back and objectively assess the genetics and your goals. Think strategically, like an ethical breeder - don't spread bad genes. As bodhi says in his only breeding restriction request to be found anywhere (testers email):
please wait for the line to be released before breeding with the testers. if the line turns out sub par we don’t want the genes released into the greater gene pool. we are working together to coax out the pinnacles of cannabis expression here on earth.
I don't care how hyped or famed the parents are, if you find something undesirable in a cross, be like bodhi and don't release them. (Thanks for quoting this awhile back,@zephyr )