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What do you lead at trick 2, and why?

Here's an interesting trick 2 problem:

West
AK9852
Q86
1086
8
North
3
AKJ95
K4
AJ1097
W
N
E
S
P
1
1
2
P
3
P
6
P
P
P

North's bidding is bizarre, but this is the auction that occurred at the table. Also West might have overcalled 2, but 1 is surely reasonable at favorable vulnerability.

You start with K, asking for reverse count (A would ask for reverse attitude). East plays 7 and South plays 4.  What do you lead to trick 2?

Is this still a count situation? Dummy's singleton would often imply a suit preference situation, but does that apply here?  Or is this now an attitude situation?

Please select one answer from the first three options and one answer from the remaining five options.

Please select up to 2 choices.

RevCou: Reverse count still applies here.
SPS: 7 is a suit preference signal (if anything).
RevAtt: 7 is a reverse attitude signal (if anything).
A at trick 2.
low spade at trick 2.
(probably 8) at trick 2.
6 at trick 2.
8 at trick 2.

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