To anyone with experience with both: Considering selling a 1977 pre pull-boost Fender Princeton Reverb in 9.95 out of 10 condition to buy a used but almost perfect Carr Sportsman. PR in all original, super clean condition. Original Fender/Rola 10" speaker, but have been using an Emi Copperhead with the band... plenty loud at 4 on the Volume with that. Chance at a Carr Sportsman for just under $1400. Seems like an idealized PR with an actual usable master volume in their "Headroom" control. I use a pedal for most of my trem needs, so no biggie that the Sportsman doesn't have that effect. Seems like the Sportsman might be a more pulled-together, tighter and more versatile-at-any-volume version of a PR-meets-DR. But, my PR is all original and sounds killer. Seems that Princeton Reverbs are only going to increase in value. But a Sportsman around $1400 might not be hard to get rid of in a similar price range if it's not my jam. Also, a recent Sportsman probably won't need much work in the next decade or two, where an all-original '77 PR will definitely need caps in the future, sooner rather than later. Would also miss the courtesy outlet for the pedalboard in the PR, but... What would you do? Thx!