Hi Norton, and welcome!
Please ignore my advice like everyone else, but here goes-
The Simplex is the shrunk down version of the original Amadeus. It actually sounds good, I just hate using the little arm so I always call it a p o s. The Amadeus, now in its Mkll status due to arm changes, is still the apple in the eye, the best value in tables out there. Also one of the best sounding. The GTA is the same except with heavy plinth action. It sometime seems to exhibit slightly more low end, but it's not obvious in comparisons.
The Verselex is the wooded model, since everyone seems wood crazed, like Rob. They want to touch it, see it, talk about it all the time. You might know the types. It also introduced the LTD arm, which was made to also be used on other brands of tables. Doubt anyone normal would do that, but if you knew this group, anything is possible. Then, there's the Firebaugh statement, the Royale 400, the big daddy of the line. 16" tonearm, heavy enough for two. Amazing musicality and low end. Currently one of the best tables out there.
So there you have it. Buy an Amadeus or Royale... two of the best- period. Or if you're in that wood group, then have at it.