JCM800 Lead Series Studio + 1936 Lead Cab I've been thinking about a couple of things for a few years now. The primary one is having the option of a smaller footprint, while the other has been w/the ongoing flirtation of going back to G12T75's. Say what you want ... it's fine ... I like the speakers. There's obviously a break in time w/speakers, but seriously, this cab absolutely fucking rips right from the start. The bottom end is as full and tight as you can possibly imagine for a 2x12, the treble is syrupy sweet, and while I do have to dial up the mids more than I'm accustomed to, they fall right into the pocket. Would I recommend the speakers for someone playing blues licks / 60's rock? Probably not. But for just about anything else, they are really solid. The cabinet itself looks really stout. It's not pretending to be anything other than what it is. It's like a mini B cab ... I love the look. FWIW I prefer the look of B cabs in general. The JCM800? It was a total afterthought, but when I spotted it, I kinda had to have it. How can you take home a mini B cab and not have a mini JCM800 sitting on top of it? How does it sound? It's a proper 2203/2204. It actually reminds me more of a 2204 given the reduced headroom, but the tone controls / distortion / overall tone are right there. If you are able to get along w/a 2204 (especially when playing clean / rolling back volume control), then you'd be stoked w/this amp. Set it to your liking and then slam the front end w/an SD-1? Yikes! You're in 1980's heaven. It's all there from Back in Black to your favorite hair metal and beyond. It's also deceptively loud ... I can't imagine not being able to play just about anywhere w/this head. Does it sound as "big" as a 50/100W head? Nope. But the tone is there, and at volume levels for home and beyond. Seriously? Probably a forever keeper. Oh, and yeah, I haven't shared a pic (even funny meme's) since Photobucket started charging ... so, um, sorry for no pics ... though, I'm tempted to find an alternative now, since it looks ridiculously cool.