Drum kit sizes really depend on what style of music you want to play.Looks like that used oyster renown sold. No worries though, as I really want a natural finish. No trying to decide between the 18” kick jazz set or the 20” kick with 10/12/14. Thoughts?
12/14/18 is a "bop" configuration since it's designed for the bop style of jazz, and 18" bass drums can be tuned to blend in really well with an upright bass.
10/12/14/20 is considered a "fusion" kit as it's designed as a hybrid between jazz and rock kits (or for jazz fusion music). I find these sizes are great for funk, R&B, or any "groove" oriented music. It's also great for smaller drummers.
10/12/16/22 has become the new "standard" drum set size, which works well for most styles of rock, blues, country, etc. (12/13/16/22 used to be the standard but that's changed over the years as many felt that 12 and 13" toms are too close sonically)
13/16/24 is considered a "rock" kit, as it's primarily used for hard rock genres. The extra oomph from the 24" kick really works well with an electric bass, while the 13 and 16" toms tuned low add a powerful sound. Oddly enough, these sizes are also common for big band jazz, except everything is tuned considerably higher.
Of course these sizes aren't strict limited to the genres I described above. But it would be odd watching a death metal drummer playing on a bop kit