Mesa has re-released some classic Mark amps more than once. The Mark 1 has been reissued/reinterpreted as: SOB Mark 1 Reissue King Snake The Mark IIC+ is a mode found in all the Mark Vs. 90, 35, and 25 watt versions all have it. Arguably none are exact reissues of original amps. But they are very similar, tonally speaking, to their ancestors. There's be no reason to reissue previous editions of Dual and Triple Rectifiers. Those amps sold in HUGE numbers and are cheap and plentiful on the used market. I would like to see the Mark II reissued in a version that's faithful to the originals. Whether that's the IIA, IIB, or IIC+, either way they'd get some sales. Personally I had a IIA loaded hundred watt head (100, graphic EQ, reverb) and it was a monster. I would love to get that one back again. Gibson has rebounded well under the apparently very capable leadership and clear vision of its new CEO, JC Curleigh. Apparently he's someone who "gets it" about guitars and amps and is enough of a guitar nerd that he's got a real clue of what guitar players want in both guitars and amps. Personally I think that the best possible thing that could have happened to Gibson would have been for PRS to buy Gibson. And then apply PRS quality control standards to building true to spec classic Gibsons to the highest standards of the industry, consistently and repeatably. But what actually happened to Gibson seems to have been very good for the company and their quality anyway.