I would go with SF 20.
Be careful with what you mean by ‘variety’ because I don’t think anyone needs to see SF characters as, stick figures, box people and a looot of simplistic art that’s in SF Tribute.
The great artwork that’s in SF Tribute makes up for it but there are quite a few pieces that shouldn’t be in there IMHO.
Also, Tribute doesn’t flow well. On one page you are looking at Rembrant, on the next you are looking at something, not Rembrant. Unless you’re an art director searching for talent or can seperate image to image it might give you a headache shifting from one style to another that fast.
To be fair it was Udon’s first Tribute book. They get a lot better at organizing and selecting artwork with Darkstalkers and Mega Man. Arguably with DS you can go dark and with MM you can go simplistic, futuristic, etc. easier than SF.
Of course if this is the kind of variety you are looking for go for it. Tribute is still great because there are a lot of people in the art field contributing. I just don’t feel it is put together as well as SF 20.
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