I've had an on again, off again relationship with my BMRI LTD. Times when I loved it, but more often than not it's just not working out. Seems like compared to the other amps I have now (SIlverface Champ, '72 Princeton Reverb (Muchxs modded) and an AC15) I always have a much harder time dialing in a good sound on the BMRI. The Princeton and AC15 are pretty easy to dial up something nice, but the BMRI takes a lot more time and knob tweaking, and still ends up sounding too shrill, or too bottom heavy, or just not that good to my ears. I've tried different tubes in it, and had t rebated each time, and it always seems to have the same sort of underwhelming vibe to it, regardless of what tubes were in it, etc. (I've tried MANY different preamp tube combinations). And the one thing I have found with the amp is that, contrary to what most have said about the amp, it does NOT seem to take pedals all that great. It's a pretty finicky amp for dirt pedals. Never had an amp that is so hot or cold with overdrive pedals. Seems to be an amp that will let you now right away is if a dirt pedal will work with it or not. Int he amp's defense, I've never even really had a chance to really open it up and use it to it's full potential. The band I play with doesn't play at ear-bleeding levels, and the other guitar player and myself both use Princetons. It's a beautiful amp to look at. When I bought it a few years ago I paid $600 for it and also gave the guy a RAT pedal as part of the deal. It's just not getting used these days. Since getting the '72 Princeton Reverb back from Muchxs and discovering that it works perfect for the music and band I'm playing with, I don't have a desire for another ramp. And the AC15 seems to be a great amp for recording when I want a change from the PR. I don't really have any other gear on a 'wish list' currently or anything else I want, so it's not about flipping the Bassman to put toward some other epurchase. So what do you think I should I do with the BMRI LTD?