If none of the few SWs of the 80s and 90s would have been made, I wouldn't mourn.
Buddy Goes West had some nice production design and a nice Morricone score, but it's anyway a pure comedie (and not a particular funny one), and therefore set apart.
Comin at Ya and Jonathan of the Bears had a few interesting moments, but are only interesting in comparison to the earlier works of their directors and leading actors.
Scalps was ok, White Apache not
Tex and Django Strikes Again are arrghhh
I'm sorry for Spencer/Hill teaming again as The Troublemakers, which also was argh
The best at least was E. B. Clucher's Trinity and Babyface, which was funny because Signore Barboni had a talent for comedies, which in the 90s nobody was anymore interested in.
So the SW 80s/90s were mainly trying to bridle a dead horse