I've been fortunate to receive two offers of representation from two very different agents, and I was wondering if anyone had some insight on which might be better. Both of them seem great to work with! Agent A is a newish agent from an established agency, while Agent B is an established agent who has their own agency. B seems to have a number of successful clients and sales, while A has much fewer.

Which is a better choice, an agent who is established and connected but has a much larger list, or a newer agent who will have many fewer clients? Another factor is that when I spoke to B, they had some reservations about selling two of my manuscripts to publishers, while A has read those two manuscripts and is offering on them. I understand B's reasoning, but am I better off going with someone who is enthusiastic/optimistic about those manuscripts?