I recently bought an Allen Accomplice with a 30 watt Weber Blue Dog Alnico speaker. The amp sounds great, and I did turn it up fairly loud for a few minutes while trying it out (both clean, and dirty with a Barber Burn Unit and the amp set clean). The loud clean and dirty tones were wonderful. However, I'm concerned that if I'm in a situation where I'm playing loud for an extended period of time the 30 watt Weber may not be able to handle the cranked Accomplice (22 watts). Common sense tells me that this amp should have a 50 watt (or more) speaker, but I've also heard that some speakers are rated conservatively and can actually handle more wattage than their rating. Will I be okay with the 30 watt Blue Dog, or should I replace it? At the moment I'm not jamming with anyone, so the amp won't be cranked at all. Since I'm not in a rush to make a decision, I'll have the chance to get to know the amp better and decide if the Alnico Blue Dog has the tone that I want.