Alright, I'm going to ask this once more. I'm okay with the stock HFS/VB combo, but I want to be more than okay, way more. I have a few problems with the set. One is the HFS, Big Mike has said it best by calling it that "broiled ass" tone. I have no idea what broiled ass sounds like, but if it sounds like the HFS I won't be happy. The HFS only does well with tons of gain. Otherwise it has this disgusting nasally midrange that is impossible to get rid of. The VB is better. It has a good clean tone, a great overdriven sound, but if you even think of applying a bit more gain to it, Mudville. It's very easy to make it go from warm and crisp to muddy as hell. Also, overall it's way to modern. So, I'm wanting something vintage. Definately in the '60s British blues range. Think Eric Clapton on the Beano album or Wheels of Fire, or Alvin Lee. Something big and thick with an agressive almost Tele-esque treble. It might be able to sacrifice a bit in the warmth and midrange areas, because the mahogany will certainly add some back in. As of now, I'm thinking of the Peter Florance Voodoo '59 set, the Wolfetone Dr. Vintage set, or a Crossroads set. All reccomendations are appreciated.