Ever since I got my THR 10 I've been loving the Plexi sounds it produces, and no wonder as many of my favourite players have used them to create their classic sounds. I am also thinking about finding some people to play with, so I wouldn't mind something with a bit of volume. Most of my playing will still be around the house though, so a 50 or 100 watt head with no means of attenuation is out. I'm also a cheapskate, so $1k-1.2k AUD is about what I'm looking to spend all up. Luckily there seems to be several amps that might work. There's Marshall's own Origin 20H and the new DSL line, most likely the 20 or even 40w versions. I'm also fairly intrigued with the Blackstar HT40 MkII, online demos sound great and it's getting great reviews, plus the built in attenuation that brings it down to 4w would cover all my bases. There are a couple other decent amps around that I might consider too. I haven't actually gone out and played anything as I'm a few months away from having the funds. Lately I've also been loving a sort-of broken up Fender Deluxe sound that I've dialed in on the THR. It got me thinking that an amp with a the same sort of versatility but more volume and bigger speakers would be perfect. I had vague recollections of Yamaha having a THR head and so I set about doing some research. What I've found is quite possibly my next amp. The THR 100HD has got everything I'm looking for, several classic amp sounds that respond like a proper tube amp, but in a more portable and durable format. The dual amp design is amazing as is the simplicity of the layout. I can't find a single thing that I dislike about this thing, even the "issues" that some complain about seem like pluses to me. I even like the matching mismatched speaker cab. So anyone have any experience with these and can share your thoughts? They seem to be a bit off the radar, several good reviews when they came out a few years ago but not an amp you hear much about these days. I will definitely be trying one out in person when I've got the money, but any feedback would be great.