I haven't had pecan pie in a long time. I have lyme disease and sugar was hard on me and still is so I kind of don't indulge much. I was eating pumpkin pie but last year I discovered it would give me occular migraines like clockwork whenever I ate it. It's my favorite kind of pie and I'm pissed. LOL. The occular migraines are not really fun so I just stopped eating it. I do eat apple pie now and then with no real issues to speak of. So I may have to stick with that this season. Although would be nice to try another type. You know what I used to love when I was a young man was the French Silk from Bakers Square. Oh man. That grey peavey is hot. I went back and got the 40. I sure hope it doesn't cut the speaker off when using the line out. My 100 doesn't do that. But I guess if it does it's still a good option. I can use it for practice without the di out. I will find out today. Practicing with them tonight. Kind of nervous right now. New people, new situation, etc. But I'm really glad I went back and got the 40. Thanks guys. It has a lot more adjustment. I didn't find the sound of the 25 to be all that bad and I dialed in a tone I like. But there is definitely more room to play with the 40 and I can get tones I like without using any of the boost buttons. Only thing is on the 40 the only to me that seems worth using is the "Vintage". I will also say this, I tried a guitar in the 25 and I was like blaaaaaa. But I played a guitar for about 1 minute through the 40 and I actually think it has the potential to get a decent guitar sound. It sounded WAAAAAY different than the 25 and even possibly better than the 100 for guitar. It's not something I would normally do but might be a good way to get an off beat sound for guitar. You guys are gentlemen and scholars. Thanks for the help a LOT!!! Really glad you guys were honest about the 25. It pushed me to have a look at the other store for the 40. Oh yeah, it was 150 so it was only 30 dollars more than the 25 plus the Samson MD1. Plus I found I had a long XLR cable in my stuff so I was able to take the one I bought back and it came out to be a wash. I paid 4 dollars. Pic of me and my wife at our last church. We just changed churches a month ago or so. Not playing there yet and I don't know if I will. It's a bigger church and the music Pastor is a full fledged music dude who was trained in music. Has kind of a unique style and may be a bit more particular about who plays up there. Although he does seem to involve people well. He invited me to come to a Saturday where the kind of try out new people and my plan is to play drums there. We will see. I feel like that i what God is calling me to do. I like the idea of not having to haul stuff around and learn a bunch of new songs on guitar or bass. Drums is a little less demanding on the mind, IMHO. Since I got all this other stuff going with this country band and recording my own stuff now. I'm not sure I'm unrusty enough for drums though. I just got a kit to practice on about 6 weeks ago and it has been a long time since I played regularly. But I feel like I'm getting better. Anyways... that was a lot of talking. Sorry. LOL.