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I am, sadly, not aging ANYTHING at the moment. I’m kicking myself for not getting stuff into the fridge, because I’ll be gone for a week for work, and could have gotten in an extra week without the stress of being patient!
My recollection is that the top sirloin is “thicker”, and a ribeye is “longer”. So, based on that, plus the fact that the top sirloin starts more chewy than ribeye, I’d recommend a longer aging for the top sirloin than for the ribeye. It’s certainly my plan to try that when I get back.