Jakedog had a very timely recent thread, his "Incoming NAD", that I was very glad to read. Great review from a self professed "Marshall Guy". I currently have a 1971 SF Super Reverb *(with the Normal channel Tweed-ified by TDPRI's own Wally ) and a late 50's Tweed Champ, so I have the blackface and tweed sounds covered. I have wanted an early Marshall sounding amp at a reasonable price to fill that middle void not covered by tweed or blackface. I have been interested in the Origin amps but have held off...not knowing if they really will produce an early Marshall sound. With recommendations from real Marshall players, it sounds like they will at that reasonable pricepoint. I am intending on purchasing the head version of this amp. I play at home, not professionally and I know the 50 watt will be very LOUD (but so will the 20, really. Hell, my 5W Champ can sometimes be very loud!). I have no problem playing the 45 watt Super Reverb at home...AND I have a great Weber MASS attenuator for when I want to lower the volume. I also have a small Blackstar Core ID for when I want to play at whisper volumes. (I have tried the 100 Watt Fender Mustang and Boss Katana amps, but I don't seem to get anything more than mediocre tones, unlike my vintage tube amps.) I feel like the 50 watt version will be more useful since it has the ability to select 50/10/5 watts vs the 20/3/0.5 watts of the Origin 20. Either version will be LOUD at 50 or 20 watts, respectively. Any thoughts on my reasoning? I have 4x10" alnico CTS speakers in my Super Reverb and the Champ has the original 8". I was thinking of building a 2x10" extension cab for the Champ...but now thinking about the Marshall amp. Marshalls traditionally use 12", but I was wondering if/what 10" speakers would give me a decent Marshall tone? Celestion Greenback 10"? Webers? Or should I stick to 1x12 or 2x12?"? I have the cash to pay for the Origin, but at $14 a month for 36 months from Sweetwater, its almost silly not to use that. Some people pay more than that per week for 3 cups of coffee. Thanks in advance for any advice...I can take it!