Finally got to A/B this in the store next to the 50-watt. Props again to Dave’s Guitar Shop here in Milwaukee who were willing to bring them both in from the Lacrosse store for me to try. Really helpful folks there -very fair trade-in offers... they’re the best. First general impressions - both amps are brighter and cleaner in the room than expected. Plenty of bass on the floor, even from the 20. I knew that both would sound great with the volume up, but wanted to see how they did at lower levels. Realized very quickly that I needed gain all the way up on both. Boost on. I could not get the 50 to break up on low or mid output at all below 105 db, and I wasn’t going to go louder than that in the store. Became very clear very quickly that the 20 was for me. I went back and forth. Funny story here - I kept hearing a higher frequency rattle as I turned up the 20. It was really bothering me and I spent 10 minutes just tweaking but couldn’t EQ it out. I had nearly given up on it, thinking I’d need to try a different one, then realized that one of the tags was wedged in the vent on top and vibrating ever so slightly, causing it. Embarrassed, but with that problem solved, I felt like I found a sweet spot with it for me. Did everything I wanted it to do. Gain full. Tilt at noon. Bass 2 (up to 6 now playing at home with it off the floor). Mid about noon. Treble at 3. Presence at about 3. Master volume at 2.5. My one gripe would be to have a little more gain on tap at low wattage to break up the signal with master at 1.5-2 - seems like the breakup curve slopes sharply with the master volume over 2.5-3, but where it is at now is a comfortably practice volume for home, for me. I have the edge of breakup where I want it with Master at 2.5 (about 90db) un boosted, which allows the boost to give just the right amount on top when needed with the foot switch. These are stunning, visually, in my opinion, but really sounds the part, too. Played it by itself, straight in for about an hour as soon as I got it home from the store with volume up a little more. Only mildly warm, not hot at all. Left it on sitting quiet for a couple hours after - same. I’m looking forward to breaking it in and trying it with the Orange cab and in stereo with my Katana. The way it’s set, it is VERY responsive to picking. Jimi Little Wing kind of clean with light picking and with the volume rolled off on the guitar, to 7-8, but overdrives quite a bit and sustains when you hit it. Most dynamic amp I have owned, certainly. In all honesty, I can get this sound from the Katana Artist, but it isn’t as responsive. That might be good or bad to someone else, it’s just different to me, and I’ll be using them differently. Thanks again to everyone who lent helpful advice here. Much appreciated! I’m also nearing completion on a partscaster Strat, so will have some new family photos to share in the next few weeks. Until then! Cheers!!