Many people love the Celestion G12H30 in a Deluxe Reverb (or Allen Accomplice). My concern is that the 30 watt speaker will not be able to handle a cranked 22 watt amp. Is it possible that the G12H30 will actually handle more than 30 watts, and is rated conservatively? My new (to me) Accomplice has a 30 watt Weber Alnico Blue Dog, and I've decided to replace the Weber with a higher wattage speaker. The Weber "seems" as if it could handle the Accomplice, but while I love the tone when it's turned up, I don't care for it at lower volume when the speaker isn't being pushed. Since most of my playing will be at low volume, I want a different speaker. A few years back I tried another Accomplice through a Celestion Vintage 30 and a G12H30 speaker, and liked both of them better than the stock Eminence Red White and Blues. As a lousy rhythm guitarist who likes to play a wide range of music (everything from Oldies to Motown/R&B to Black Sabbath), which speaker would be a better fit for me? Will the G12H30 survive a cranked Accomplice on the few occasions that I'll get to play in a band setting? Maybe someone has experience with the Neo Century Vintage, and could compare that to the other two?