Hey folks! I recently got a Fender Prosonic head. Tried it out for the first time at "volume" at a jam with some people. Sounded great. The only thing, and I have owned almost exclusively tube amps (Ampeg VT-22, Carvin MTS3212, Carvin Vintage 33, Peavey Classic, Gibson Starfire..) but unless I just forgot about my old Ampeg, I don't recall evert having an amp that was this physically hot on the metal on the back of the amp. There are two metal toggle switches, power and standby, on the back and I swear you can barely touch the standby on and off, with out feeling like you are going to burn your finger. Any other owners out there? Is this normal for this amp? I had it cranked, and had it set to Class A. Don't know if maybe that contributed. If anyone has one here also, one other question, I read on HC that the effect loop on Prosonics run really "hot" (NOW we are talking signal amplitude, NOT physcial hear) signal out to any pedals you might hook up. I seem to recall one reviewer even saying he thought it may have damaged a pedal (I have a hard time believing THAT though...but) some mentioned that it would tend to overdrive the pedal effects on the input. Overdrive that is not wanted for example on a chorus, or delay. So, anyone here have any advice/experience on specifically the Prosonic effects loop? I haven't tried it myself yet, would like to hear other folks experiences with it if possible.