Among the wedges, I selected Titleist SM5 Vokey Design (SN 1720960) 54 degree loft and 14 degrees of bounce (F Grind). The grip is a little worn, but the grooves are grippy despite a little rust. It was $30 at Play It Again Sports. Per specs 35.25" length, 64 degree lie. It was launched in 2014.
At the other end of the bag, I selected a Titleist 980F 15 degree Fairway Wood (SN 1152065). This was introduced in 2003 and the MSRP was $290. It was $20 at Play It Again Sports. It appears to have an the original Golf Pride tour velvet grip, but I would prefer a medium CP2 grip.
On a whim, I grabbed a Nike Ignite 5 Wood T60 (SN FA01061103). It came with a stiff Fujikura shaft and has a 19 degree loft (the same as my hybrid 3). Length per Ebay is 42". The Ignite series was launched in 2006. It was $20 at Play It Again Sports.
Getting them out on the driving range, they were easy to hit and a substantial improvement over my original Triumph 3 Wood that I threw into the bag. Even with a good hit with my Triumph, I was not getting a desirable launch angle. I really liked the launch angle of both the Titleist and the Nike fairway woods.
The wedge was equally pleasing to hit. For my swing, I was hitting both my PW and AW about 75 yards. The new Titleist and my Spalding Utility wedge was going about 50 yards on a full swing. I did some short pitch shots with the Titleist as well. I was not generation much spin, but I was getting very consistent strikes.
Golf Pride midsize grips are $8.99. If I wanted to replace with BV Wings Tour Velvet Black Grip .580 those would be $10 if purchased from Vokey.com.
I will likely keep all 3 in my bag, but if pressed, I would dump the 5 wood.
Shout out to Play It Again Sports for offering a 15% military discount!