I second what borism said about not giving up on tubes. The Electra Fidelity would be the one I would concentrate on fixing - nice amp.
Although the Triode Lab amps are lovely looking and can be ordered with nice iron, the circuit board mounted tube sockets are a compromise, hence Triode Lab's lower pricing. Between heat bleeddown from the tube and flexing during tube rolling, the board could be a fail point. I have no problem with circuit boards as long as the traces are heavy duty and no tubes are mounted on them.
Would I own an amp with tube mounted sockets? Probably, but I would settle on a tube I liked and not roll, and I would make sure the ambient room temperature didn't exceed 70F.