Preferably NOT living room/bedroom stories. Who's actually gigging these in decent small/medium rooms (50-500 people) with and without PA reinforcement, what kind of cabs are you using, etc? I specifically want to know about dynamics, breakup, cleanup, top end quality (brittle highs? Or lacking?) and wattage levels. I don't have a place around here to try them out, and I am CRAZY curious. I know the "master" is a sort of attenuator. Do you find yourself needing 100 or more watts? Or does it have plenty of power at lower settings? For comparison, I often gig with an 80 watt Transtube Peavey Bandit. I'll set the T-Dynamics at 50% or so, and have never had to run the master over 4-4.5 on the dial. Even in a really loud six piece. Do the Quilter amps have that kind of power on tap? Enquiring minds want to know... Looking into the possibility of putting a head on my pedal board and using a lightweight 1x12 cab. My favorite tones are British (more Marshall than Vox) clean with a bit of breakup when I dig in. I use pedals for more dirt, delay, and modulation. Would prefer to have a bit of verb on board, but it's not a deal breaker either way. Styles cover honky tonk, Texas songwriter, country rock, alt country, blues, blues rock, etc. Nothing modern or high gain.