That's the first thing my wife greeted me with when I walked through the door. "I owe you a new amp." I just got back from playing for an assisted living seniors center. Before that me and my wife got out together late this morning. She wanted to do some clothes shopping, I had her drop me off at the local Guitar Center. Some fellow TDPRIers may know that I've been variously curious about to downright GASing for the Vox Mini Super Beetle. Until a week ago, our local GC wasn't stocking them. When they finally got one in, I gave it a test drive; this was about a week ago. So this morning, while my wife was spring shopping, I test drove it again, for about an hour. I'm interested, but still hadn't pulled the trigger. Then we had lunch together, and I came home to get ready for my afternoon gig for the seniors, and the wife went back out shopping. She bought a couple of blouses, 2-3 outfits, some underthings, and a couple of pairs of shoes. And evidently, that comes to about as much as the amp I'm GASing for. So after giving me a recitation of all she had bought and how much she'd spent, she repeated her initial greeting: "I owe you a new amp." I cautiously replied, "Sounds right when you say it." If she sticks by this statement, I'm getting the Vox MSB25!