Here's the report on the Bruno amps: 6/10/05 Everything arrived safe and sound. I don't know where to start, but they all sound incredible. The Tweedy18 is to die for. Early Page, Richards, Wood in a lunchpale sized 1x12 combo. What a gorgeous classic rock tone. Tweed Deluxe circuit with a Celestion Blue.The ultimate tiny rock amp that makes a Marshall stack sound small. The Tweedy 35 delivers that big focused overdrive that you get from a dimed bigger Tweed. Think Bassman, Bandmaster, Tweed Twin. It can really nail them all but with many sonic improvements. Big fat juicy thick classic American overdrive. Much spongier yet fuller than any British overdrive circuit. This is all meat and potatoes. No high end fizz here. This one will rumble your gut and give your woofers a big run for their money. No need for Exlax with this amp in the house. Cowtipper 22, the sweetest Blackface Deluxe Reverb type amp I've heard. Beautiful breakup at very reasonable levels. The softest output (6V6s) of all the Brunos I have. Very easy on the ears to dial in great sounds. Very SRV-like sounding breakup. A low level input can open the door for a bit more clean headroom if that's what you want. The high end has more girth and holds together so well and the lows never flub out. Beautiful singing harmonics and overtones come swirling out of this amp and dance around the room. Cowtipper 45, with the new 4x10" cab is not to be believed. A new height in incredible Blackface tone. I think I just raised the bar by about 10 feet with this setup. The Cow45 will stay glued to the 4x10 cab. (The Tweedy35 did not work as well with the 4x10 but sounds incredible through the 2x12 cab, so there it will stay). The 10"s are the DT-10 speakers from Lord Valve. They are dark sounding speakers but the Cow 45 can deliver more than enough high end to make the DT-10s sing. (DT=Derek Trucks of the Allmans). Again, super strong hang and clarity on the high notes and a great tight focus on the bass notes. The 2 weak spots of the Super Reverb are vastly improved upon here. I don't miss my 60's Super, Pro, Twin or Deluxe at all, as they are all off to new homes. IMO Tony Bruno has perfected the classic American circuits and sounds, and I feel that Brian Gerhard at TopHat has done the same for the classic Marshall and Vox British circuits. Between the TopHat line and the new Bruno additions, I feel that I have assembled a world class amp room capable of delivering classic guitar tones in a bigger and better way than ever before. I also have the ability to capture the more modern tones with some of the newer high gain amps that I've acquired over the past few years. Still to Arrive: Fargen Custom Shop Single Channel 6L6 Lead Amp (this is turning into Ben Fargen's masterpiece) Bruno Cowtipper 90 Straub Cantus TopHat Club Deluxe w/ some xtra dirt I'll post on these as soon as they arrive.