So I don't need another amp. I've got great stuff: A recently rehabbed '73 Bandmaster Reverb hooked to a 2x12 cabinet made out of an old pine tox box, with Eminence 1258's. Glorious. A Vox AC15C1. Once that spiky speaker broke in, it became deeply musical and willing to snarl. An Excelsior Pro awaiting me to finish rehousing it in a 1952 Westinghouse TV cabinet. Clean machine willing to mosaic the masonry. An Ibanez TSA15H I slid into a gutted 1936 Silvertone floor radio. Hooked to a golden velvets speaker, the WGS G10 C/S. (The best right out-of-the-box speaker I've ever used.) And a beat-up red knob Princeton Chorus that actually works very well as a bass amp. I also find my JOYO American Sound pedal a great way to dial up Tweedy tones and textures. I like edge-of-break-up, modest dirt at my extremes, but, generally, big, ringing, velvety and chimey cleans. So I'm set for life, and very lucky. Yet that need for tweed thing has bedeviled me for years. I find myself compulsively watching Pro Junior IV videos. And the several times I've heard one live, it magnetically drew me in. Touch sensitivity seems crucial here. I'm having dreams of pushing mid-rich cleans into the break-up rocks by playing a bit louder or harder. So throw some cold water here and tell me that the JOYO AS is more than adequate for my tweedy needies, that the Pro Junior IV is prone to all the noisy gremlins that live in Fender PCB mass-market amps, that its pretty tweed skin is just another ex-wife's lawyer-in-wait, etc. Or that I can get a better-quality version of the same sound in the same type of handsome and handy package if I buy X or look into Y. I'm going to Chicago soon, so should I wait on this so I can personally check out Victoria's offerings? However, CME's on-hand stock is mighty thin, and Pro Junior IV's are plentiful and much cheaper.... ? And thanks!