Forgive me gang, I know the twin reverb speaker question has been asked umpteen times, and I have read a lot of those threads already. But I would be grateful for your input once again for my particular sitch and goal. Here's my deal - I have a Blackfaced SF Twin, I typically play teles, and I'm a clean amp with pedal dirt type of player. The Twin has the original fender blue label (oxford?) speakers. They're ok, but good god is this amp bright. Treble above 4 (or 3 with bright) is icepick, either pickup - read about guys running treble on 7 and it blows my mind/ears. I end up running my treble a little short of 4, mids on 2-3, and bass at 3-4. I play mostly rock (light to heavy) and country. It is my understanding that brightness to be kinda par for the twin reverb course (and tele course too) but I'm considering a speaker swap to address it. Good idea? Wrong solution? I figure most of my choices are at least a step up from the original fenders, no matter which way I go. What sayeth thee? I get a sweet deal on eminence stuff through my employer, and I am on a budget, so that's the brand I am almost certain to buy. I gathered from those earlier threads that some popular choices for a twin are the C-Rex, Texas Heat, Swamp Thang, and Lil' Texas. Any others? Some people say the C-Rex is dark, other say it tames the icepick well while retaining most of that fender sparkle, which is exactly what I'm going for. Also, they're 50w, under what I understand I should be aiming for (at least 75w per speaker). The Lil' Texas are tempting - they're light - but I don't have a good handle on how they sound in a twin - I definitely don't want to make this amp brighter. Sorry if I ramble. Input and experiences please? Thanks in advance.