The french horn player in my church's brass ensemble has moved away, so I'm shopping for an intermediate level tenor horn to use to cover the french horn part. (I'm moving up from euph.) Unfortunately, good quality, reasonably price tenors are hard to come by in the US. I've found a Besson 2-20 that is in good mechanical and cosmetic condition: original lacquer is 95% plus, no dents or dings, excellent valve compression and slides. The asking price is US $300, which appears to be a bargain. I realize that the 2-20 dates from the late 1940s to early/mid 1960s, but, having owned a late 1960s B&H Imperial for 30-some years, I'm less concerned about the age than the playing characteristics--intonation, blow, responsiveness, etc. How does it stack up against current intermediate-level tenor horns? Any problems with the 2-20 to watch out for? Thanks.