I picked this amp up last month, after selling my DRRI just before Christmas. I took it to the tech just after receiving it, and everything checked out great! It had been recapped before I got it (Yay!). I got the amp with the original Oxford speakers, which I actually liked. They didn't give out on the low end when pushing the amp at higher volumes, even with the bass on 10 (and it was rattling my little music room, too. ), but I wanted to preserve them, so I purchased a pair of Weber 12f150 speakers (just received the second one tonight). The amp had some caps in the circuit replaced, but no mods. Cosmetically, it's in great shape. Here are some pics! This is sort of a sequel to this thread here: https://www.tdpri.com/threads/tell-me-about-a-pro-reverb-and-how-it-compared-to-a-65-drri.970760/ In the end, I wound up selling my DRRI after having problems with headroom, and overdrive pedals, as I was playing louder shows. I play both fiddle and guitar, plugging my fiddle in the normal channel, and guitar in the vibrato channel, but overdrive sounded a bit fizzy. I probably should've just clipped the bright cap. I miss the Deluxe a bit, as it was still was a nice little amp, but this Pro Reverb just has a full sound, without the loud volume of my Twin Reverb (1972 master volume). The Twin is great, and the master volume is useful, but I was looking for an amp that was a bit more than a deluxe, but with the same 2x12 configuration as my Twin. I joined a new band near the end of last year (doing my first "mainly lead guitar" gig), and I'm playing more un-miced restaurant gigs, and though the twin still sounds nice with the master rolled back, the Pro just has such a sweet sound to it. The Pro is also lighter than the Twin, but that's probably the smaller transformers, and maybe cab material(?). After playing with it and comparing to my Twin, I now understand why the original BF amps are popular. I'm playing my first show with it at the end of this month. Thanks for reading, Joseph.