Well Celestion sure doesn't make it easy to figure out their speakers. You want the G12H(75) or G12H-75?The V-type or Vintage30? The G12M, G12-65, or G12M Greenback? You get the idea. Plus, they don't seem to have sound clips on their website like Emi and Weber do. OK, now that rant is out of the way, I actually have a question. I have been steered by many people in the direction of a Creamback, and after reading way too many words and watching way too many videos, I think I like the idea. So, which Creamback? I will be using this as a replacement for a Seventy80 speaker which is in a Rivera Clubster amp. That speaker is OK,l but too thin, harsh and fizzy in the highs, especially on the gain channel. Looking for something smoother, warmer, more balanced, versatile. The G12M-65 Creamback gets a lot of love from everywhere. The G12H-30 Anniversary sounds pretty good through a Rivera in some videos I watched. The Neo Creamback gets positive reviews all around, but it's not clear what it sounds like. Also considering the Vintage 30, which is not a creamback but always seems to sound good in every application. Can anyone help me sort out what the difference in these speakers are? They are all in the $130-160 range. Thanks!