I'm glad that DE was a success for you on your first try green.elephant. I wish you luck in the months ahead. Actually, AMH indicates quantity of follicles, not quality. My doctor thinks that an antral follicle count pretty much can tell the same thing, so I haven't done that test. If doctors could predict embryo quality - i.e., live birth - I'm sure someone would be very rich by now.
I think that it just comes down to how much longer do I want to search to find that needle in the haystack of eggs? Is having my own genetics that worth it? And I just keep coming back to "no." I can't really rationalize continuing trying with my OE at 45 given the odds. I, like all of you probably, never thought I would be in this situation. But when it comes down to it, genetics is not as important as having a healthy child in a reasonable amount of time. I just hope that I can go forward finding a place inside somewhere for any sadness or regrets and move forward with positive energy.