I have an 18-watt Reinhardt combo (MI-6) as my main amp. Around the house, I play it clean at low volume and use pedals for all my dirt. It's my favorite base-tone. Obviously when it's louder i use fewer pedals. I also have a Princeton Reverb clone i put together a few years ago, but after getting used to the Reinhardt base-tone, the PR is just tooo different to use as a sub for the Reinhardt. The one thing i do like about the PR is that it's light/small fits perfectly behind the drivers seat of my Civic for road trips/jams (the Reinhardt will NOT lol) So, i'm looking for a small combo that has that general 18-watt/JTM45-ish vibe that i can use for quiet/silent practicing and road trips/jams without feeling like i'm in a completely different ball park tonally. I've tried the Bassbreaker 15 several times and really like it. I was pretty set on it, but i just started reading about the Katana series, the 100-watt in particular. Almost the same size at the PR and about the same weight. And the .5 watt and headphone modes for home practice sound ideal. Since i'll still have the Reinhardt (and probably the PR), i'm not going to be too snobbish about SS vs Tube thing. I usually hate el-84s with a passion, so it doesn't even feel like i'm choosing between tubes and solid state lol Again, this isn't going to be my "main" amp, although it may see the most playing time due to size/weight. Also, neither the Reinhardt or the PR do high-gain on their own, so the idea of being able to play around with without needing a pedalboard sounds fun! The fact that the Katana has all those pedal options, an aux-in, and an acoustic pre-amp does make it RATHER enticing as well. Can anyone speak to how these 2 compare? Hoping soon to make it over to GC to try them out side by side. TL;DR **EDITED** Ideally, i would like an amp that is about the size of the Princeton, that sounds JTM45/1974x-ish, with a headphone-out (maybe an aux in as well) that i could use for silent practice and also possibly use at jams. The Blues Cube Boss Drive has been thrown into the mix as well and seems like more of an option than the BassBreaker. Also, the Class-5 seems like a good option.