About a month ago, I bought a used Fender Princeton RI from reverb.com. It's the special run from sweetwater: in tweed, 12" Cannabis Rex speaker. It included the Fender cover and the footswitch, though that had to be replaced. SO...it sounds okay. I mean, it sounds good. BUT there are some things: I don't really like the reverb: It's kinda cavernous and surprisingly strong. I keep it about 3. On 10, it's kind of drippy but more washed out. There are random "ghost" reverb noises: when at idle, sometimes there are noises that sound like someone kicked the amp and splashed the reverb. The Tremolo is very, very weak. I have to turn it up past 5 for it to actually engage. Also, when I step close to the amp, the tremolo sounds even at idle. So I don't know if it's the price that sticks in my craw: for $800....maybe I can't help but see an $800 bill sitting on the floor. Maybe I just bought into the hype too much and it doesn't live up to my expectations. I had a Catalinbread Topanga Spring Reverb that was fantastic but I had to sell to fund the purchase of the PRRI. Also, I had a Stonedeaf Tremotron Tremolo that I had to sell to fund this amp. SO....am I crazy to be thinking about selling the PRRI and buying a Blues Junior III or IV? I mean, if I don't like the reverb or tremolo in the PRRI, I would have the cash to buy a reverb and tremolo pedal. IF I simply saved and bought a reverb and trem pedal to use with the PRRI, doesn't that defeat the purpose of having the PRRI rather than a BJ? I wouldn't use the drive part of the BJ: I get drive from pedals. Thoughts? Can you convince me to keep the PRRI or sell it for the BJ?