My brother has a Henry in 357 and he loves it. The only drawback for the Henry in my opinion is if you’re planning on putting any kind of optic on it. I think they look hideous. But the purists in leverguns would say the same thing about my scoped Marlins. The Rossi’s have a pretty decent reputation. I don’t think you’d go wrong by owning one. Most everyone on here that have them, really seem to like them. Now to the part you don’t want to read (and have read before). Don’t sell the AR. You may not be an AR guy. But that doesn’t mean you won’t be. I definitely wouldn’t say I’m an AR guy. But I have 5. And while they aren’t as aesthetically pleasing as nice walnut and deep bluing, they really do have a place. I don’t know what caliber your AR is. Mine are a 24” heavy barrel 5.56, 2 16” 7.62x39’s, and a 16” and 18” 450BM. And honestly, I do enjoy shooting and hunting with them. The 450’s really turn heads at the range. I could sell them tomorrow for 3 times what I have in them. But why? I owe nothing on them. If I decide later on that I want one, then I have to replace them. If I never shoot them again, they will never cost me a cent. And lastly, and this is just a personal choice, if I have to sell a gun to afford another one, then I’m not really in a good position to buy a gun. You may feel differently. And that’s ok. That’s just me. Some guys buy and sell all the time. I’m just not one of them.