I'm fortunate enough to have found a couple deals that netted me a 16ch LA and a 12Mhz Freq synthesizer, both HP (Agilent) units. Along with a Tektronix 2246 4ch 100Mhz analog scope and a Fluke freq counter. All of them are nice and work great, (had a little issue with the scope a bit ago, but it was all good), BUT, they are big and heavy, and I'm sure if I turn them all on at the same time I can trip the breaker. The good thing about some of the older stuff is the availability of service manuals, and higher quality parts as compared to a lot of the imports of today.
That being said, I'm still looking at getting a Digital scope, and the Rigol is the only thing semi-local. I'm leaning towards the 4ch 50Mhz unit myself, just because of what some of the others have stated. The LA is great at showing a perfect rise and fall of a signal when that might not be what is happening. It's the nature of the beast, and also why there are so many different types of test equipment. Not one of them can "do it all", despite claims to it.