Here's what I have. I own a 5F1 and an Excelsior. I love my 5F1 and have been underwhelmed with the Excelsior. I was hoping for a something that it didn't deliver. I don't want to go through the money and hassle of picking a new speaker, new tubes and a tone mod just to chase a sound thats not there. So I have three amps in mind for a new addition. The 68' Princeton Reverb Reissue, 65' Deluxe Reverb Reissue and the Vox AC15. As present I do not gig and haven't for almost 10 years, although that doesn't mean I won't in the future. I want an amp the can give me that great Fender clean sound with decent headroom. If I want dirt I have a TS and a Klone. I am looking primarily for it to be a home use amp with occasional studio sessions. BUT the thought of playing live at some point in the future is gnawing at me in the back of my mind. So I don't want to count that possibility out. Tone is of the utmost importance and versatility second. I have heard people say the Princeton may not be enough for some gigs? What kind would that be. Every gig I ever played in clubs they mic'd up the amps. Except for a few where we only had a vocal PA. How loud does the DRRI have to go for me to have a nice Fender clean?. If I keep it at say 2 or 3 will the tone not be there. Versus using the PR that has less watts and can get more tone with less volume. Then there is the Vox AC!5 that has a completely different sound but still great chime. I primarily play rhythm guitar. Sorry for the long winded story. Please advise.