So, does anyone actually make any push-pull amps that are truly Class A? I've been thinking about building one myself, but I'm having trouble finding a suitable power transformer. I'm using the AX84 P1 High Octane schematics as a basis, and I'd like to do a push-pull Class A, variable cathode bias octal output stage. I'm thinking that a plate voltage of around 250V should do the trick for the output tubes, so I guess I need a PT with around 190-0-190 secondaries that can put out enough current to handle two octal output tubes and 4-6 noval preamp tubes (2-4 for the preamp, and 1 each for FX loop and reverb drivers). Any suggestions? In any case, I'd like to hear a real Class A push-pull, so I know whether or not to even bother. I played a Carr Rambler recently, and at 28W in pentode mode, I think it may be true Class A P-P. Nice amp...it was a used one at a local GC for $1500. Too bad I don't have that kind of dough lying around. Not quite the feature set I'm looking for, though.