I agree with Jim Dep's post above. I have a Mustang II. My Hot Rod DeVille was stolen a while back and now that I don’t do the band thing any longer, didn’t have the need or budget to replace it with something comparable. I do miss the lack of the LCD screen that exists on the MIII so sometimes wish I’d have sprung for the MIII, but the way I’ve gotten around that is to program the Mod and Delay/Rerverb Knobs with the FX I use so I can add on the fly and have the presets for the most part loaded with the clean amps with a few that have stomps added. Works swimmingly for me and I’m not much of a tweaker when it comes to FX so just have a some chorus, flange, phaser, and Vibratone variations on the MOD knob and different delay/reverb types and speeds on the DLY/RVB knob. There are plenty of slots on the FX knobs to hold what I need so this greatly reduces the need for the laptop which is great for me. As mentioned above, I really fell in love with this amp more and more as I really learned to use it. My last modeler was a GT6 and I gravitated to the Fender models and IMHO Fender really nailed it with this. The 65 Princeton and Deluxe Reverb models alone make it worth the money. And it takes my external stomps really well.