Your dad, grandfather, brother, and Amsler-named uncles and male cousins would all have exactly the same y-dna that you do. So they along with your Amsler sisters, aunts and female cousins would all benefit equally from the information resulting from any test by you or your father.
Actually your father (or grandfather) might be slightly better for the test because he would be one generation closer to your ancestor Anton.
If you start a Family Tree DNA Amsler surname group to get the group rate, I believe it would cost 129 for the 12 marker y-dna test, 169 for the 25 marker (recommended), and 219 for the 37 marker (best). You can upgrade later from a 12 to a 25 or 37 marker with no additonal test needed if you pay the upgrade charge.
If you will let me know your mailing address, I'll send you a fascinating Newsweek article from a couple of weeks ago that you could show anyone who might share in the benefits and the cost of the study to explain more about the process.
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