Nice collection, right there. Nothin' wrong with a good, well-maintained revolver, if a person knows how to use it (as I'm thinking you probably do).
I got interested in local PPC-style revolver competitions when I was a young pup in the military, and eventually got pretty good with a wheelgun. They work just fine for most shooting, and give up absolutely nothing in accuracy to the average autopistol; heck, you'd need a near-custom-built match autoloader to tie (let alone beat) most factory-stock S&W or Ruger revolvers shooting top-quality ammo, all the way out past 50 yards.
Almost every time I go to the range with my old 4" S&W model 15, some youngster comes up and remarks how well it shoots "for an old revolver"; and that's with me and my sub-standard vision directing the bullets. If they ever watched a real competitive wheelgunner shoot, they'd probably poop themselves.
"Placement is power" -- seen in an article by Stephen A. Camp
(RIP, Mr. Camp; you will be remembered, and missed)