The shoulders on both 1 and 2 look about right to me. Or to be more precise - I suspect they will when you BUTTON YOUR JACKET and take another pic!
You should keep your jacket buttoned at all times except when sitting down. This is one of those 'absolute' rules of menswear.
Between 1 and 2 the bigger consideration is, as master claster mentioned, the height of the button stance, and , in my opinion, the proportion and angle of the lapels.
To me, suit #1 is more appealing than #2 in this regard. You will find that WHEN BUTTONED
suit #1 will expose a longer v shaped portion of your shirt and #2 will expose a shorter v shaped area. In my opinion the shape of suit #1 will be more flattering in that it will make your torso seem wider at the top and leaner in the middle. And isn't that what we all want?
My only reservation regarding #1 is the window pane fabric, which would be considered a bit casual in the most formal business environments. But unless you meet with Bankers, Lawyers, etc. etc. in Manhatten I doubt that anyone else will give a rat's a%% about that tired old rule!
Whatever you do - do NOT keep two of these suits - as they are too much the same color. If you want a second suit you will want to find one in a different color for the sake of variety. My suggestion to you would be to make that second color a dark navy - good for semi formal evenings, weddings, funerals, and occasional business use as well.