Pretty much only vintage reels (Tuna Cans of many varieties, Medalists and others) but I do have a modern Forbes Magnesium that gets into the rotation every now and then.
I like this attitude - the JAF is also hairspring spring click -pawl - I guess that's modern compared to the caliper clicker on the tuna cans.
Here's my large arbor reel
But the stripers in high river flows beat the crap out of it - the large arbor was anything but a plus for the torsion on the clutch pawl, and sent the reel into freespool a couple of times.
The Revolution is a beauty reel, certainly styled after the prewar Aerial, and works great for taking my inshore rod to stillwater after big bass
The task of stopping stripers on their initial downriver run was not such a problem for same the clutch design on the small arbor Sea Venture
and my salty Lamson was overqualified for the task
stripers in fast river is manly sport - the first day I discovered how to strike them was purely by accident, swinging tiny streamers to check on summer rainbows during a drop in the monsoon tailwater discharge - since they have found as many as 5 or 6 rainbows in striper gullet, we like to harvest them when we can
yes, this was a ride and a testament to the toughness of 5-wt glass