I think its actually a fairly important decision, depending on what you are going to use the 3 wood for and what else is in your bag. Your info says you are a 1 handicap, so you may not even need one if your long enough.
I have 16 clubs that I make 14 out of depending on the course I play. All courses but 1 here there is no reason to play 3w. One one of the courses (the longest) I need 3w to reach 3 out of 4 par 5s in around 2 shots. On all the other courses the 5s are either too long / with too much trouble to go in 2 or are short enough that I don't need 3w.
If you are going to be hitting 3w off the tee way more than off the deck (my case), consider a "driving" 3 wood (like the X-Hot 2 Deep or the SLDR Mini) or a high-lofted driver.
I play two drivers on most courses (a 46" 9.5 with an ultralight shaft and a 42.5" 13 with a heavy shaft) because there are few shots were I'm 218-235 from the green AND the green is trouble-free enough that 3w is the right play. The 460cc, short 13* driver is a really nice for hitting 230-245 off the tee reliably.
Think about the course you play and what shots you hit. If your 3w is off the tee and not off the ground there are better options than the "standard" 3w IMO.
That said, as a 1 handicap, you probably have a fairly good idea what you are doing anyways.
I also have a lofted 26* hybrid I bring in instead of the 3w on a few courses with 170-190 yard par 3s, as that club is very easy to hit middle of the green off the tee and I struggle with low-irons more than any other clubs.
I think its important to really think about it rather than just play a standard set. Just IMO of course.