I really like the DT series. Seriously, they are great, versitile amps...but I found the DT25 had one major failing... The DT whilst '25' watts isn't really 25 watts...it's 15 watts (as it uses two EL84s). So when you use Class A it drops down to '10' watts (which is L6 speak for prob 7.5 watts). If you then run Triode mode, you're prob about 4 watts. You see the problem? Class A and Triode actually can sound really good...but it's not very gig friendly!! I found the DT25 just didn't have enough headroom for cleans but was very loud for driven tones. They really are pretty loud and sounded really nice for driven sounds but they just weren't loud enough clean (kinda no real surprise here)...and this was using Pentode/Class A/B...forget class A and Triode. So I rang up and wrangled a deal to swap my DT25 for a DT50 demo head. So far, it sounds bigger and fuller and I'm hanging to wind it right up. I already feel the Class A/Triode setting is now much more useful and the Recto sim is a fuller sounding. I've got to straight up say that the DT series are really awesome amps! I'm loving mine more and more and more...with my Kingsley pedal they are freakin great. I am very surprised that L6 nailed it so well. PODs etc are great, useful, fairly synthetic devices but this...I'm really quite impressed.