I have a terrible habit. I have had some nice gear over the years, and have been forced many times to sell it all. When I have had the ability to get gear again, I have often settled for mediocre gear that "gets the job done". Of course, that not only limits my ability to sell when I need to, it leaves me with so-so tones to work with. I bought a Fender Vaporizer. Got a very good deal on it brand new at one point. It's OK. That's all. Not fantastic with my Epi LP. Just OK. I know there are mods that can be done. A speaker change, of course, is the first and best thing to do from what I understand, but I'm in no position to do so. Question is, do I try to unload a bunch of mediocre stuff I have and try to afford a better amp, or do I try to get some scratch together in order to start modding this amp bit by bit? I'm going to be gigging again soon, and I want gear that will do the job. Of course I can gig with everything as is, but the Craftsman tool is better than the dollar-store tool, right? Better to upgrade when/if you can, no? What say you all? Thanks in advance!