My vote is for the hose
I've had two hydrolic hoses clog and cause problems. The rubber came out of the crimp. Had a local hydrolic shop make a hose for less than OEM.
The throw up, I mean throw out bearing wouldn't cause any clutch pedal problems, it would keep the clutch spinning.
I'm always suspisious of new parts cause of infant mortality, although two years would make that toddler mortality.
5 speed '91 190E 2.6 320,000 mi. (new car, fast, smooth as silk six, couldn't find any more Peugeots)
5 speed '85 Peugeot 505 2.5l Turbo Diesel 266,000 mi. (old car, fast for a diesel, had 2 others)
5 speed '01 Jetta V6 (new wifes car, pretty quick)
5 speed '85 Peugeot 505 2.2l Turbo Gas 197,000 mi. (wifes car, faster, sadly gone just short of 200k )
5 speed '83 Yamaha 750 Maxim 14,000 mi. (fastest)
0 speed 4' x 8' 1800 lb Harbor Freight utility trailer (only as fast as what's pulling it)