I think the title says it all. Between the release of the PRRI, all the buzz about it here, my intense desire to have something a little smaller than my Deluxe to play around the apartment, and the recent purchase of a few Jim Campilongo records, I've suddenly found I'm really gassing for a Princeton of some sort. So, here are my options: -For about $900 ($1k maybe? I don't remember) I can get a '68 Princeton Reverb. This seems like a stupidly good deal given that it's totally blackface minus the uh, black face. I played it, it sounded incredible. But given the limited utility of anything that small (I'm freaking out because the Deluxe isn't enough for some gigs), it's a little pricey. -Then there's the 65 PRRI. Nice amp, although I haven't played one myself yet. Again, kind of expensive. Maybe I should just wait till the used ones start hitting the market? -For $750 there's a BF Princeton available to me. No reverb. Obviously, reverb is a pretty important component here, and I probably can't do without it. Thing is, I highly doubt throwing a Holy Grail or something in front of the amp in the signal chain would feel like the same thing. Right? -And of course there's option four. Sit this one out. I was really interested in an Allen Brown Sugar AND a Goodsell Custom 33. I'm in the process of getting a new job, and the new position will pay 1 1/2 times what I'm making now. There will certainly be money in the budget for stuff like this, but I can hardly see anything with the word Princeton on the faceplate being a top priority, not until I've got a louder amp (or two) first. If you were me, what would you do? Edit: Since this is a pretty old, I'll just throw up a disclaimer here that I don't really need this advice myself anymore. I found the Deluxe Reverb I already had to be a far superior amp to any of the Princetons/PRs I played once I put them all side by side. Sold the PR I got and haven't really thought about it since. I went in more of a Vox AC15 direction and got a Bad Cat to cover the lower-wattage amp territory.